NAD News

The NAD is the nation's premier civil rights organization of, by and for deaf and hard of hearing individuals in the United States of America.
  1. If you like numbers, this is for YOU! The NAD’s annual report for 2017-2018 is out and we have all the details and numbers summarized in an infographic poster. Find out what our social media stats were (in fact, one of our Ask Howard Anything video had more than 66K views!) or learn how many... Read more »
  2. Macon, Georgia – Donald Jacobs, a deaf basketball referee, has filed suit for discrimination based on disability against the Georgia High School Association (GHSA), an organization which regulates the provision of referees for interscholastic events in Georgia. GHSA has repeatedly refused requests by Jacobs and the National Association of the Deaf to provide sign language... Read more »
  3. Looking back on 2018, we are grateful of our supporters. We wanted to take a moment to thank them for allowing us to do the work we do.
  4. We’re excited to finally release the NAD Employment Resource Center (NERC) website! NERC is dedicated to promoting improved employment of deaf and hard of hearing people and will provide employees and employers a single location with employment-related information, statistics and publications.
  5. What do you think about automated captioning for live TV and captioned phones? Share your concerns with the FCC via VP 844-432-2275 or email DRO@fcc.gov. #AskHoward