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SFCC Student Wena' Knaup SFCC student Wena' Knaup: I honestly never gave any thought to becoming an interpreter for the deaf until after attending a church service in Montana in 2005. I was intrigued and awe-struck by the beauty and feeling projected by the sign language interpreters. This experience sounded a bell inside me and inspired me to seek to learn more about American Sign Language and the deaf community. more...
TACTC Transforming Lives Award winner Nominated for a 2014 Transforming Lives Award, Ryan now works with autistic and disabled adults at West Central Community Center. His educational journey at SFCC was not easy. In 1989, a freak electrical accident, which involved a 30-foot fall, left Ryan with significant long-term physical and cognitive issues, including memory problems, bouts of depression and symptoms similar to a bipolar disorder. more...
Armando Garcia, Transforming Lives Award Winner Armando Garcia is in his second year at SFCC. The son of migrant farmworkers, he came to this country at the age of five. Due to an infection during infancy, his right leg was not fully developed. His parents came to the United States from Mexico in search of better medical care for their son. more...
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Universal Design Video

Watch this video on Universal Design that was done by students at Seattle Central Community College.

Darfur Diaries: Message from Home
A film chronicling the tragedy of the war in the Darfur region of Sudan.

"Darfur Diaries: Stories of Survival" Stories and testimonies of individual Darfurians complement the film.

"Beasts of No Nation"
What does it feel like to be forced to live as a child soldier? Read this short intense novel.

Explore and celebrate diversity -- join a club. SFCC has many clubs promoting culture, understanding and providing resources for students.
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