Working Together: Interpreting Issues in the African American/Black Community – Anthony Aramburo

Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Series:”Working Together: Interpreting Issues in the AfricanAmerican/Black Community” Anthony Aramburo, Presenter[Videotape].El Paso, TX: El Paso Community College. TRT 26:51 Spoken English with OpenCaptions.

Segment One:”An Educational Path to Interpreting'”‘

Segment Two:”History of NAOBI – Anthony Aramburo, President

Segment Three: “WorkingTogether:Interpreting Issues in the African American/BlackCommunity”

The three segments were designed to give an overview to interpreting within the AfricanAmerican/Black community. The lecture material can be used for English text analysis, ASL interpreting practice both consecutive and simultaneous, and for building pre-interpreting skills. The lecture can be used for multicultural information and discussion.

This video was developed as part of the National Multicultural Interpreter Project:

National Multicultural Interpreter Project to Address the Needs of Culturally Diverse Communities
U.S. Department of Education Grant H160c50004
MULTICULTURAL CURRICULUM OVERVIEW FOR INSTRUCTORS
A Curriculum for Enhancing Interpreter Competencies for Working within Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities
Project Years 1996 – 2000
U.S. Department of Education OSERS Grant H160c50004

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More information is available here: http://www.epcc.edu/NMIP/Pages/default.aspx
The complete curriculum is available here: http://www.epcc.edu/NMIP/Pages/Curriculum.aspx

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