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Become a member of Sign Language & Braille World and join other persons looking to become better at sign language or braille. Obviously, this World isn't just for the deaf and blind, but also for those willing to learn for helping others. Learn (and help teach others) signed languages and written braille.

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- Post a How-To article.

Help make Sign Language & Braille World the best online community out there for learning to sign and read and write braille!

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