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[Image Description: Black text reads " A black and white newspaper image of a young white woman, wearing early twentieth century, white shirt Her hair, in a braid, is piled atop her head. She looks out from the photograph with a serious expression.]
[Image Description: On the left is the text 'Read about Empire actress Grace (Gealey) Byers in this month’s KODA Spotlight!’ Below the text a black arrow points to a photo on the right of a woman with short hair stands in front of a blue background with a neutral facial expression. Her head is tilted slightly back, and she is wearing lipgloss.]
[Image Description: A black and white photo of a football player in full gear wearing jersey 49 running with the football cradled in his left arm. In the background many fans sitting in the stands watch  in suspense. To the right of the photo is text that reads "1st Coda in the NFL! Read bout Charlie Babb in this month's KODAspotlight!"]
[Image Description: In the foreground, text reads “Happy New Year from KODAheart.” Outlined handshapes represent the numbers “2020.”  In the background, is blurred hands holding gold sparklers.]
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.