Close button
The Guardian
Email YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter WhatsApp
Everything you need to live well

Sign Language Day: Easy Communication Signs You Need To Know

Every 23 of September, the world recognises the mute and deaf-mute via the International Day of Sign Languages (IDSL).

Muteness occurs when there is a problem with the oesophagus, vocal cords, injury, lungs, mouth, or tongue or any other part that is needed for human speech.

Dr. Angela McCaskill Deputy to the President and Associate Provost of Diversity and Inclusion made history on May 14, 2004, when she became the first African-American alumna of Gallaudet to earn a Ph.D. Her older sister, Carolyn, became the second one the following year. Both doctorates were in Special Education Administration. Photo: DeafPeople

To commensurate with this year’s theme, “With Sign Language, Everyone is Included!”, the Guardian Life brings to you, basics that you should learn.

Get everyone involved and show them that you care.

Receive News Alerts on Whatsapp: +2348136370421