Power Privilege & Oppression CEUs

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This is a collection of our curriculum that satisfies RIDs new Power, Privilege and Oppression (PPO) credits, which all RID Certified ASL interpreters must earn starting January 2019.   RID requires that 1.0 CEUs of the total 6.0 required professional studies CEUs be in this specialized category.  

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Descriptions & locations of each film can be found in Cultural Films

  • 13TH
  • Black Boys
  • Black in Japan 
  • Celluloid Closet
  • Cobra Gypsies
  • Crip Camp
  • A Dangerous Idea
  • Deaf Parent Trilogy
  • Documented 
  • Deinstitutionalization in 1970s
  • Descendant
  • Diffability
  • Disclosure
  • Eldorado
  • Escape from Saudi
  • Girl in the River
  • A Good Day To Die
  • Good Hair 
  • God Grew Tired of Us 
  • Hawai'i: The Stolen Paradise
  • Hillbilly
  • If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast
  • Inside Islam 
  • Ishaare: Gestures in Mumbai 
  • It's a Girl 
  • Life & Death/Sound & Fury
  • Living on One Dollar
  • The Mask you Live in
  • Mea Maxima Culpa
  • Not A Boy, Not A Girl
  • One Child Nation
  • Oriented
  • Reel Injun
  • See What I'm Saying
  • Soul Food Junkies
  • They Call it Mayanmar
  • Trans 
  • An Uncomfortable Truth
  • Voices from El-Sayed
  • We Were Here
  • White People
  • Women of the Holy Kingdom 
  • The World's Worst Place to Be Disabled

PPO VIDEO LEARNING for Interpreters:   0.5 CEUs  ($65)

Descriptions of each project can be found in Video Learning

  • Audism & Ableism for Interpreters
  • Race & Privilege for Interpreters
  • Gender, Power & Privilege for Interpreters
  • Social Justice & Oppression for Interpreters
  • LGBTQIA & Heteronormativity for Interpreters
  • Cultural Diversity Studies for Interpreters
  • Disability Studies for Interpreters

PPO Book Study for Interpreters:  1.0 CEUs ($95)

Descriptions of each book can be found in Cultural Book Projects

  • "Agatha Tiegel Hanson: Our Places in the Sun" by: Kathy jankowski
  • "Alone in the Mainstream" by: Gina A Oliva 
  • "American Chica" by: Marie Arana
  • "The Art of Being Deaf" by: Donna McDonald 
  • "Being Heumann" by: Judy Heumann
  • "Be Opened: The Catholic Church & The Deaf Community" by: Lana Portolano
  • "The Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death & Hope in a Mumbai Undercity" by: Katherine Boo
  • "Being Seen: One DeafBlind Woman's Fight to End Ableism" by: Elsa Sjunneson
  • "Black Like Me" by: John Howard Griffin
  • "Born A Crime" by: Trevor Noah
  • "Born on the Edge of Race & Gender" by Willy Wilkinson
  • "Breaking the Age Code" by: Rebecca Levy
  • "Caste: The Origins Of Our Discontents" by: Isabel Wilkerson
  • "The Color of Water" by: James McBride
  • "Daring To Drive" by: Manal Al-Sharif
  • "Deaf in Dehli" by: Madan Vasishta
  • "Deaf in Japan" by: Karen Nakamura
  • "Deaf People in Hitler's Europe" by: Donna F Ryan & John S Schuchman
  • "Disability Visibility" by Alice Wong
  • "Dreams From My Father"  by: Barak Obama
  • "Forbidden Signs" by: Douglas Baynton"
  • "Hands of My Father" by: Myron Uhlberg
  • "Hidden Treasures of Black ASL" by: Carolyn McCaskill, et al.
  • "Infidel" by: Ayaan Hirsi Ali
  • "In the Land of Invisible Women" by: Qanta Ahmed
  • "The Invention of Miracles: Language, Power, and Alexander Graham Bell's Quest to End Deafness: by: Katie Booth
  • "Legal Rights: The Guide for Deaf & Hard of Hearing People" by NAD
  • "Made to Hear" by: Laura Maudlin
  • "Monique & the Mango Rains" by: Kris Holloway 
  • "Nine Hills to Nambonkaha" by: Sarah Erdman
  • "Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea" by: Barbara Demick
  • "On Golden Mountain" by: Lisa See & Kate Reading
  • "On The Beat Of Truth" by: Maxine Childress Brown
  • "Seeing Voices" by Oliver Sacks
  • "Signs Of Resistance: American Deaf Cultural History" by: Susan Burch
  • "The Spirit Catches You & You Fall Down" by: Anne Fadiman
  • "Turning the Tide: Making Life Better for Deaf & Hard of Hearing School Children by: Gina A. Oliva and Linda Risser Lytle
  • "The Underground Girls of Kabul: In Search of A Hidden Resistance in Afghanistan" by Jenny Nordberg

PPO Podcasts for Interpreters:  0.1 CEUs ($12)

CODE SWITCH:  This podcast has 'fearless conversations about race", racial/ethnic identity in the BIPOC experience, and examines racism and power, privilege and oppression in everyday life.

0.1 CEU (PS + PPO) per episode-grouping $12 each (or choose 3 groupings for $30*)

Choose from:

  • Any 5 episodes 16-25 minutes long
  • Any 4 episodes 26-35 minutes long
  • Any 3 episodes 36-45 minutes long
  • Any 2 episodes 46-65 minutes long


All projects listed here satisfy both professional studies CEUs and the PPO specialized category.  These projects are also listed individually on our website under their study-type category (ie: Books & Novels, Cultural Films, etc)

Films & Books must be obtained by the participant due to copyright laws.  (Locations for all are listed).  Videos are free on iCEU Central Channel - link given upon registration.