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2/27/2021 3:21:37 PM
You are Invited to MNCDHH's Informational Session re: Interpreter Licensure Bill
There are growing concerns and widening divisions surrounding the Interpreter License bill that was recently introduced to both Senate and House. It was encouraged that the Minnesota Commission of the Deaf, DeafBlind & Hard of Hearing (MNCDHH) offer an opportunity to present the information neutrally about the bill, cultivate unity, and identify gaps in the present legislative activities.
Saturday, March 6th, 2021
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Required to register: Registration Link
ASL interpreters and CART will be provided.
For DeafBlind requests, please contact Katy Kelley-Rademacher at Katy.Kelley@state.mn.us.
MNCDHH strongly believes in working in a collaborative environment for public policy and improving systems. Before attending the meeting, please review a PowerPoint provided by the National Association of the Deaf. The PowerPoint explains what collaboration is, Wow, Everyone's Working Together! Collaboration (PDF).
All meeting participants are expected to treat other attendees with the utmost respect, including respecting all of the attendees' time, space, ideas, and thoughts. They are also expected to treat everyone fairly and equally, regardless of race, sexual orientation, place of origin, political beliefs, sex, or age. MNCDHH will not tolerate harassment or discrimination of any kind.
MNCDHH has created a /deaf-commission/assets/Letterhead%20Fact%20Sheet%20ASL%20Interpreter%20Licensure_tcm1063-470737.pdffact sheet about ASL Interpreter Licensure (PDF) for informational purposes.