Luce, Our Light

 

Welcome to the official home of Luce J. LeBlanc Memorial Library and the Luce Centre for Deaf Arts—a virtual centre for art, performance and study that includes Luce LeBlanc Theatre and the resource site for The Victoria (Luce) LeBlanc Memorial Scholarship at Gallaudet University.

Luce (Victoria LeBlanc, Gallaudet, 2014) has paid forward a legacy of serving the Deaf community and promoting diversity and social justice. She was passionate about The Arts, and was on the board of Deaf Spotlight in Seattle. She was also a valuable staff member at Abused Deaf Womens’ Advocacy Services (ADWAS), Seattle. A curious student and an inspired scholar, Luce was also a gifted writer and — above all — a kind soul whose light shone brightly. More about Luce here.

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