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Photo Gallery: National Disability Employment Awareness Month Sign Language Session
(October 12, 2012)

Images include:

  • Ashley McAroy of Solicitor's Office helps lead a National Disability Employment Awareness Month Lunch and Learn session on American Sign Language and Deaf Culture. About a dozen members of the Department of Labor attended to learn new words and expressions in American Sign Language.
  • "Claudia Gordon of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (left) and Ashley McAroy of the Solicitor's Office (right) co-lead a Lunch and Learn session on American Sign Language and Deaf Culture as part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Here they demonstrate the sign for "applause."
  • Judy Freeman (center) and other department employees practice saying "afternoon" at a Lunch and Learn session on American Sign Language and Deaf Culture, hosted as part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month at the department's National Office.
  • Claudia Gordon of OFCCP (pictured) and Ashley McAroy of SOL demonstrate some common American Sign Language sentences for department employees.
  • Department employees practice question words at an American Sign Language Lunch and Learn session. Here they demonstrate the sign for "which."

Images include:

  • Ashley McAroy of Solicitor's Office helps lead a National Disability Employment Awareness Month Lunch and Learn session on American Sign Language and Deaf Culture. About a dozen members of the Department of Labor attended to learn new words and expressions in American Sign Language.
  • "Claudia Gordon of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (left) and Ashley McAroy of the Solicitor's Office (right) co-lead a Lunch and Learn session on American Sign Language and Deaf Culture as part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Here they demonstrate the sign for "applause."
  • Judy Freeman (center) and other department employees practice saying "afternoon" at a Lunch and Learn session on American Sign Language and Deaf Culture, hosted as part of National Disability Employment Awareness Month at the department's National Office.
  • Claudia Gordon of OFCCP (pictured) and Ashley McAroy of SOL demonstrate some common American Sign Language sentences for department employees.
  • Department employees practice question words at an American Sign Language Lunch and Learn session. Here they demonstrate the sign for "which."