Coming soon, new sign language bike racks in US city
A new functional art feature will soon be installed for the members of the deaf community in Fargo city in the United States.
The idea is to educate and create a greater sense of pride and unity in the city during the annual Deaf Awareness Week held in the last week of September.
A bike rack that spells out F-A-R-G-O in sign language will be used to bring more awareness about the deaf community and help people in the city learn basic sign language.
The functional art may also be used to increase awareness on some deaf services available such as video relay, Skype, Facetime, which makes deaf communication more better and easier.
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