In Memory of Alex D. Knight
Alex Knight and his siblings have been coming to KODAWest Camp for the past 10 years. He has been a brother to many of our campers and staff. We are deeply saddened by his passing. His family asks in lieu of flowers to donate to KODAWest in his memory.
Please indicate in the "Instructions from Buyer" section: "In memory of Alex Knight"
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Color of Change | colorofchange.org
National Black Deaf Advocates | nbda.org
Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf | behearddc.org
Transformative Deaf Education | transformdeafed.org
Black Visions Collective | blackvisionsmn.org
Campaign Zero | joincampaignzero.org
Black Disability Coalition | blackdisability.org
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You know you are a KODA when...
She told me that I was a KODA, and that was all I needed to hear. I had a name for my ‘in between’. I had an identity. I was born to a Deaf couple, and my ears could hear--I was born again at the age of 15—'KODA'