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four squares: top left is a person who is black, with short hair. They are wearing a white shirt with a grey suit jacket. Bottom left: a person who is black with long black hair. They are wearing a blue and purple plaid shirt. Top right: a green background with words that read "Interview with Victoria Monroe". Bottom right: a person who is black with short cropped hair wearing a grey jacket. They appear to be making the hand sign for the letter C.

Interview with Victoria Monroe

By Deaf Community, Deaf Culture, Deaf Ecosystem, Deaf Role Models, DeafBlind, Identity, Information, Professional Spotlight

From CORE:

“On October 28, 2020, Jayvon Harmon and Shaila Sams, Unity for Diversity members, interviewed Victorica Monroe. The chemistry between Jayvon, Shaila, and Victorica was powerful. The camaraderie between them authenticated their beautiful existence as Black folxs. Their questions nourished the much-needed answers about being Black, Deaf-Blind, and Androgynous, which is why we must honor every facet of our students’ intersecting backgrounds…”

Learn more about the interview to gain insight on the importance of community, and gain insight into life as Black, Deaf-Blind, and Androgynous folxs.

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