On December 14th, Dangerous Signs (NTID students), Matt Schwartz, Vicki Nordquist, and Eddie Swayze (myself) presented American Sign Language performances at Equal Grounds. The performance was a fundraising effort to support Deaf Education and the Arts for African Families (DEAAF). It turned out a great success with a packed audience. The fundraising raised up to $261.00 that will go to a school in Zambia, Africa where deaf/hard of hearing kids get their education and their families receive things they need such as shoes, clothing, school supplies, and so forth. It was a great honor to become part of DEAAF and making the fundraising possible. I would like to thank John White, the owner of Equal Grounds, for allowing this to happen. He sent an e-mail to me, saying how impressed he was with the show and asked me to present the show again. Without a doubt, I will make this happen again down the road. I also shall thank 3 interpreters who voiced the performers' sign language for the hearing audience who don't know how to read ASL: Denise Herrara, Chris Coles, and Adam O'Connor. Here are the pictures of the performance.