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Hello! My name is Jared, I am hearing and I am currently in ASL 3, to give you an idea of my signing ability. I am working on my senior project, my topic is Deaf culture. For the current section of the project, I have to interview an expert who is over 25 years old. I was hoping to find a possible candidate to digitally interview who has experience with Deaf culture and the Deaf community. The interview would be either recorded via audio or video. After the interview, I would have to have the interviewee fill out an evaluation form. Please note that my signing is very amateur, so if your primary form of communication is ASL, please be patient with me :). I am supposed to have a candidate by Saturday, so if anyone is willing to spare me their time, please contact me! The interview would be completed sometime between 11/7 and 11/14. Thank you!

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