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FIFTY & FORWARD: Building on the Legacy
RID's 50th anniversary is about each of you and how your own individual story contributes to the greater legacy of RID. Leading up to the 2013 RID National Conference and through the following year, RID will be featuring Legacy Stories in VIEWS, online and at the conference. Information on how to participate is below. RID is the members and the members are RID. Without your legacy, there is no RID legacy. These are your stories.
A BEAUTIFUL DAY
When RID invited me to share my legacy story, I assumed it was for two reasons: first because I and others, including Anna Witter-Merithew, worked together years ago to set up the country’s first educational interpretation program at NTID; second, because I admire and respect the field of interpreting. But as I began to put down my ideas for this article, I realized that there is a third reason I was asked to share. It’s because…I’m old. Read more (PDF)>>
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