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Hmmm... whichever is most fitting for white gal signing for choral
festival in the US ... I don't know which group / language inkululeko
belongs to!
- Kim

On 6/25/10, Valerie Sutton <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> SignWriting List
> June 25, 2010
>
> Hello Kim and Everyone -
> I hope there are people on the list who can help you -
>
> South Africa has several different sign languages, is my understanding - I
> had heard that different groups of people with different spoken languages,
> also have different sign languages...so which sign language in South Africa
> are you talking about? grin ;-))
>
> Val ;-)
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> On Jun 25, 2010, at 10:59 AM, Kimberley Shaw wrote:
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>> Hello all:
>> oops, I overlooked another word I couldn't find in Puddle (though I'm
>> glad to see a school in South Africa uses SW!).
>> How would one sign "inkululeko", meaning "freedom", if one were in South
>> Africa?
>> Best,
>> Kim from Boston
>>
>> On 6/25/10, Kimberley Shaw <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Hello everyone:
>>> I hope Steve and Dianne Parkhurst still read this list? I'm performing
>>> a piece of music in ASL soon, and in it, the word "freedom" gets sung
>>> in about 7 languages.
>>> So, anyone know how they sign "libertad" in Spain?
>>> Or, for that matter, "svoboda" in Russia (or Poland or other Slavic
>>> areas)?
>>> I already have it in DGS (congrats on the big huge dictionary, Stefan
>>> et al!), LSF, Israeli sign.
>>> Oh, and if anyone knows it in International Sign, that would be great,
>>> too.
>>> Best,
>>> Kim from Boston
>>>
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