Resources for learning signed languages and Deaf culture

Here is just a sampling of links. Some of these I found on Discover Interpreting, and some of them I found on my own. I just found a page full of links on Omniglot, so I shall give you this list for now, recommend you check out the Omniglot links to websites about signed languages and manual alphabets around the world, and welcome you to post responses with other resources you think should be listed.

Is there anything else you think should be listed here? If so, please leave a link in a comment.

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