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The Heather World: Heather Artinian At TEDxGeorgetown

14 minutes 13 seconds

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Heather Artinian is a student at Georgetown majoring in Government Studies. She was the subject of an academy-award nominated documentary titled Sound and Fury which focused on a family battle over a controversial medical device, the cochlear implant. In this TED Talk, she shares several of her journeys from learning how to speak and hear, attending hearing schools, and striving to be part of the deaf culture and the hearing world.

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