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Museum of Deaf History, Arts & Culture

USA Museum of Deaf History, Arts & Culture

Museum of Deaf History, Arts & Culture

455 EAST PARK STREET
OLATHE, KANSAS  66061
USA

https://www.museumofdeaf.org

 

The William J. Marra Museum of Deaf History and Deaf Culture at the Kansas School for the Deaf has two exhibit halls and tells two stories. The first half of the museum is devoted to Deaf culture and the second half is devoted to the history of the Kansas School for the Deaf.

Mission Statement:
The Museum of Deaf History, Arts & CultureĀ® (MDHAC) will advance and preserve knowledge about Deaf people, their languages, cultures, and experiences in the United States and around the world.

Vision Statement:  
Through MDHAC, we will inspire visitors with meaningful appreciations of a rich and vibrant culturo-linguistic Deaf community, as well as, invoke the truth of our struggles and resistance.  As a result of our work, the values and endeavors of Deaf people will be embraced.

  

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