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Image Description: A hawaiian male wearing a tuxedo and long black tie looks at the camera head. The angle is  tilted to the right and he has a serious look on his face. Both of his hands are opening up his jacket. To the right is the text "Read about how Mark Villaver's upbringing has impacted his journey in the dance world!"
[Image Description: A thumb, outlined in white, signs “10” with accompanying text that reads: “KODAheart’s [10] More Costume Ideas for the Deaf Community!” The background image is an orange jack o'lantern bucket on its side with candy corn and candy pumpkins spilling out. Text to the left reads "We've created another list of great ideas for Halloween!"]
[Image description: A black and white image of an African American man with chin-length dreads, looks into the camera with his arms crossed across his chest. He is wearing dark-rimmed glasses and a three-button shirt. Next to the photo, text reads: "This month we're shining our KODA Spotlight on Frank Gallimore!"]
[Image Description: ASL Handshapes in yellow, dark blue, teal, and orange spell 'DEAF'. Black and orange text to the right  'AWARENESS week 2017'.Black text to the right reads “Learn about how KODAheart took part in International  Deaf Awareness Week!”.]
[Image Description: A thumb, outlined in black, signs “10” with accompanying text that reads: “KODAheart’s [10] #Throwbacks of U.S. Deaf Culture.” In the background is a corner of a black and white TTY. Text to the left of the image reads "Blast from the past! A special International Week of the Deaf edition of our 10 list!]
On the left, a square image of white text hovering over colorful school supplies, including paper clips and mechanical pencils. The text reads: "KODAheart goes Back to School". On the right, black text on a white background reads "Need tools and tips as your family goes back to school?" A black arrow points from the black text to the square image.

 

ABOUT KODAHEART

KODAheart was created to respond to frequent requests from Deaf community members for more support and resources for hearing kids of deaf adults and their families. As individuals passionately involved in CODA, KODA, and Deaf community organizations and events, we aim to utilize our unique skills and backgrounds to develop and curate educational resources and activities. We strongly believe that these can be used to build an invaluable bridge across geographic, cultural and linguistic spaces and create stronger bonds throughout our community.