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Working in a World That You Can't Hear

This is an audio story about deaf people working in the hearing world. On the east side of Washington, D.C, lies a giant, cemented, industrial building—the Union Market. It has been a place celebrating food since the 19th century, and there is more. To the 2 million deaf people in the United States, it is a place like nowhere else.

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