Double update! :D
Art’Pi, a French Deaf Art magazine, is celebrating Charles-Michel de l’Épée’s 300th birthday with a special commemorative print(!) issue. He’s revered in France for establishing the Paris Deaf School as much as Thomas Gallaudet is revered here for the American School for the Deaf. The magazine will be in English and French.
For this issue I worked with them in creating a comic translated in four languages: English, written ASL, French, and written LSF. This is the ASL version – click here to see the LSF version!
Art’Pi needs your support to make the commemorative l’Épée edition happen! Donate here!
l’Épée: Poor deaf. Need teach.
Girl: No I tell [you]. X multiply Y equals…
l’Épée: Poor deaf girls! They need an education.
Girl: No, no! I told you, X is the coefficient of y…