Best Picture Oscar winner “CODA” gives a glimpse in to better understanding in to the world of deaf adults…and the unique situations of their hearing children.

Deaf culture often goes unnoticed in our society. Shawna Joynt, a deaf woman in Canada, explains what the film meant to her, and why it resonated so deeply in the deaf and CODA (children of deaf adults) communities. This insightful piece provides one small glimpse in to what it is like to move in the world as deaf adult, and how impactful it was to see her experience reflected on screen.

Read more at CBC.

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