Researcher will showcase Native American sign language in Super Bowl performance

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Researcher will showcase Native American sign language in Super Bowl performance

Colin Denny, a research assistant in the College of Education, will perform a sign language interpretation of the song "America the Beautiful" during the Super Bowl pregame show on Sunday. The performance, he said, is an opportunity to show millions of people that North American Indian Sign Language, despite being centuries old, is still here.

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