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Viewers are taken to Costa Rica and see the 50th anniversary of education at the University of Costa Rica and Taras, a town with a large hereditary deaf population.
This episode features stories about a consumer help service, Bob Daniels' play about black culture, young inventor Brian Berlinski, and deaf contributions during World War II.
Coverage is presented of the 12th Winter World Games for the Deaf in Banff, Canada, where over 300 athletes from 16 countries compete for medals.
Stories include journalist/author Henry Kisor, telephone relay services in Virginia and Maryland, American Sign Language as a high school foreign language elective course, and hearing ear dogs.