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Mexican Sign Language

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Joe Sichi

on 15 November 2012

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Transcript of Mexican Sign Language

Mexican Sign Language Established in 1869 Mexican sign Language
(LSM) LSM derived from Old French Sign Language In 2003, Mexican Sign Language was officially declared a "national language" The sign for Mexico in LSM is: Most deaf mexicans live in Mexico City rather in urban spots, so that they can sign with other deaf mexicans and learn the language Unlike America, deaf people are looked at differently in Mexico. They are constantky being made fun of, and the culture needs to become more developed to avoid that type of discrimination How are the deaf in Mexico looked at Only 87,000–100,000 of deaf know LSM out of 1,300,000 deaf so much of this language is travled from home to home.
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