ASL professor, John Jebian, story tells for the Children's Museum's Disabilities Celebration in ASL

The Department of Modern Language's American Sign Language Professor John Jebian, was invited by the Miami Children's Museum and PJ Library to do some story telling in ASL for their Disabilities Celebration.

The PJ Library is known for sending free Jewish children's books to families all over the world in order to help Jewish families start discussions about important traditions and values!

February is Jewish Disabilities Awareness, Acceptance, and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) so it was a great honor for Professor Jebian to be asked to participate.

Click on the following links to learn more about this event and watch one of the stories that was told:

The Mitten String