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  • GIFs are being used to teach sign language
  • GIFs are being used to teach sign language
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GIFs are being used to teach sign language

American Sign Language and GIFs share a common thread – they both communicate through visuals. With this in mind, Giphy has produced a library of ASL-related GIFs to help spread sign language, representing how new forms of digital communication can make for a more inclusive world.

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