KODAheart Activism Postcards

  Writing letters and postcards can be a productive activity for parents and kids who would like to take action to support democracy. Model civic responsibility for your children by working together to craft messages of advocacy, gratitude, or reproach. Some ideas include a letter to your state legislature supporting National Lead-K Campaign for Deaf Kids or Deaf Grassroots… Continue Reading KODAheart Activism Postcards

10 Gift Ideas for the Holiday Season Vol. 6

  2020 has been an overwhelming year! From the pandemic to politics shopping for the holidays might be the last thing on your mind! Don’t fret- the KODAheart team has compiled ANOTHER list of gift ideas for you to chose gifts for your loved ones! The best part? These gifts keep on giving, they are created by/purchased… Continue Reading 10 Gift Ideas for the Holiday Season Vol. 6

Anti-Racism Resources

        General:  List of resources by Black Lives Matters  Anti Racism google doc resources  Anti Racism resource for beginners List of ways to support by Now This Protesting during pandemic by @Unnff & @Irnsark  How to be an ally right now by @Kristalnaomi.bodyandmind  7 ways white people invalidate black people’s feelings by… Continue Reading Anti-Racism Resources

10 Binge-worthy TV Shows

    About to hit “play” on another tv series or movie? Check out one of the following amazing tv shows that feature deaf or coda actors! Lend your viewership to quality content that showcases the acting talents from our own deaf community! The shows listed below include a variety of topics- we have included TV… Continue Reading 10 Binge-worthy TV Shows

KODAheart Back to School Resources- Distance Learning Edition

  Schools across the world have been working hard to create content and resources for students due to the unprecedented circumstances for this upcoming school year. Distance learning, or remote learning, is when face-to-face classroom learning is moved into a temporary online space. This type of learning is different from typical eLearning which is designed… Continue Reading KODAheart Back to School Resources- Distance Learning Edition

10 Quarantine Activities for families at home.

With COVID-19 affecting communities all over the globe, many of us are doing our part to help flatten the curve by sheltering in place at home. While you do your part, KODAheart wants to help by providing deaf/koda families some great activities to do at home while in quarantine! 1.Have you already already binged on… Continue Reading 10 Quarantine Activities for families at home.

Charlie Babb (1950- )

With the 49th pick in the 5th round of the 1972 National Football League draft the Miami Dolphins select, Charlie Babb, the first-known Coda to enter professional football. Since Charlie, a number of other codas have gone on to play in the NFL. Born February 4th, 1950 in Sikeston, Missouri; Charlie was the child of… Continue Reading Charlie Babb (1950- )

10 Even Even More More Gift Ideas for the Holiday Season

  Are you still on the search for presents this holiday season? No worries- the KODAheart team has compiled ANOTHER list of gift ideas for you! The best part? These gifts keep on giving, they are created by/purchased from members of our own Deaf community! Want more? Check out our previous lists for additional ideas!… Continue Reading 10 Even Even More More Gift Ideas for the Holiday Season

Myron Uhlberg (1933- )

Myron Uhlberg is an acclaimed coda author of several children’s books as well as his adult memoir, Hands of My Father. He was born July 1,1933 in Brooklyn New York.  Uhlberg’s family included his deaf parents Louis and Sarah and his younger coda brother Irwin. Louis became deaf at the age of four after he… Continue Reading Myron Uhlberg (1933- )

10 Even More Costume Ideas For the Deaf Community

We’ve got another great list of deaf community costume ideas for you and your family or friends to use this halloween! Many of the ideas below require a little crafting for a truly unique costume, check out the list below and get your “D.I.Y” on! 1. In honor of a deaf character ‘Amaya’ from the TV… Continue Reading 10 Even More Costume Ideas For the Deaf Community