National Multicultural Interpreter Project (2000). Mexican American Deaf: Interpreting Issues in Mental Health Settings [Videotape]. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Santa Fe Community College and El Paso Community College. (TRT 33.00) English/Spanish/Lenguaje de Signos de Mexic with Open English Captions)

This videotape was designed to provide mental health professionals and sign language interpreters information on providing services in multilingual and multicultural contexts. It uses a narration and vignettes to demonstrate some of the complexities of providing appropriate hearing and Deaf multilingual interpreters.

This video was developed as part of the National Multicultural Interpreter Project:

National Multicultural Interpreter Project to Address the Needs of Culturally Diverse Communities
U.S. Department of Education Grant H160c50004
A Curriculum for Enhancing Interpreter Competencies for Working within Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Communities
Project Years 1996 – 2000
U.S. Department of Education OSERS Grant H160c50004

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The complete curriculum is available here.