This is an Emmy-winning television magazine series hosted by Gil Eastman and Mary Lou Novitsky. This series provides interesting and important insights into history and culture and features stories around the country and the world.
Stories include Dr. Robert Davila, the highest ranking deaf man in the federal government; the American Postal Workers Union; FANTASTIC, a television program for deaf children; Matthew Moore of DEAF LIFE magazine; and a history of the controversy between manual and oral education.
This episode provides a look at various residential schools including the American School for the Deaf in Hartford, the Lexington School for the Deaf in New York, and the Illinois School for the Deaf. Also included are stories on the life of Laurent Clerc and The Bicultural Center in Riverdale, M...
Members of the community memorialize people with AIDS as part of the national AIDS quilt project; author/physician Oliver Sacks examines the role of language in Deaf identity and culture in his book 'Seeing Voices'; the Canadian community protests against certain educational 'reforms'; and 'Mosai...
This episode features Self-Help for Hard of Hearing People, an information and social services organization; USA TODAY's outreach to deaf people; life in New Zealand; and an entrepreneur who provides vital parts to the national defense. "Mosaic Memoirs" looks back on World War II.
The 5th Anniversary of "Deaf Mosaic" brings viewers to behind the scenes of this popular magazine program. It features Gil Eastman, Mary Lou Novitsky and the production staff from Gallaudet University.
"Dateline: Beirut" is an award-winning report on the tragedy of Beirut as seen by Alec Naiman, a New Yorker who traveled to Lebanon with a video camera. Naiman met with members of the Lebanese community who shared their stories about living in a war zone.
Stories include the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Festival of American Folklife, summer basketball camp, the history of the football huddle, and a tribute to Gallaudet University’s third president, Dr. Leonard Elstad.
This episode features the Alexander Graham Bell Association of the Deaf 100th celebration, jobs during the Great Depression, the Telecaption Decoder Act of 1990, the Friendship Games between 3 countries, a talk with TV producer Julianna Fjeld, and the International Congress on Education of the De...
Stories include archaeological digs on George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate, a national interpreting organization, tax hints, the 1991 World Congress of the Deaf in Tokyo, and the National Theatre of the Deaf’s 20th anniversary production of “The Dybbuk.”