Posters: ASL is for Deaf Children


These three posters poignantly show the struggles and successes that Deaf children go through on varying paths. The first shows a Deaf child deprived of ASL’s heartbreak, with a brick background. The second gives us two mothers with Deaf children and shows the reality of language deprivation without ASL. The final poster patriotically shows us that Deaf children have the right to the pursuit of liberty and happiness.


The posters are printed on  glossy card stock. Dimensions of each are below.

Deaf Child’s Heartbreak 13″ by 16″

Deaf Children’s Right to Liberty 16″ by 10″

Two Deaf Babies 16″ by 10″

Allies and supporters

ASL learners

Deaf babies through 12th grade

Deaf and hearing interpreters for their toolkit

Friends of Deaf people

History and Deaf history majors

Multilingual Deaf people learning ASL

Parents of Deaf children


Service providers and experts working with Deaf people

Teachers and practicing teachers of Deaf children

And many more people

Deaf Child’s Heartbreak

Deaf Children’s Right to Liberty

Two Deaf Babies

Additional information

Weight N/A
Dimensions 18 × 2 × 2 in

10% of proceeds go to a new national Deaf schools museum