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Starbucks spokeswoman Jamie Riley said the Seattle-based company, which refers to its employees as partners, is investigating."Discrimination of any kind at Starbucks in unacceptable," she said.
One last note to remember when attend any Deaf community event, it is generally considered rude to have a spoken conversation in English with other hearing people without signing what you are saying in front of Deaf people if you know how sign, especially at Deaf gatherings.
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At some of the events, such as Deaf community gatherings at coffee shops or restaurants, it is common courtesy to order something to encourage the establishment to continue to support the Deaf community gatherings.
Other events listed below involve churches, and students should obtain their parents' or guardian's consent to attend them, the same as all other events.
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Thus, you should be ready to sign the following: For ASL students, it is important to remember that these events are not school-sponsored activities, and students are responsible for their participation in these events and for making sure their parents or guardian are aware of their attendance to the events.
Students should never attend any of these events alone.
You are not being tested on your language skills; you are practicing your conversational skills and expanding your vocabulary and comprehension skills in the best environment possible--a real life situation.
While students tend to feel nervous attending their first couple Deaf community events, as they learn through personal experience that these events are just casual, social settings, as they make Deaf friends, and as their proficiency in the language improves, they tend to enjoy the opportunity to both socialize with members of the Deaf community and practice the language.
The plaintiffs had suffered humiliation, embarrassment and emotional pain and suffering as a result of the Starbucks employees' actions, it said.