Libraries are a safe haven for everyone, especially underserved populations. Anyone can learn, meet, or just enjoy a quiet, safe place. Art happened upon one shortly after immigrating to the States, and it changed his life. Read how.
The language industry is lucky: It’s home to many, many women leaders. And we’ve profile a few of them.
Language has everything to do with the way we experience and interact with the world. These language activists are helping to preserve language and culture.
Take a little journey with us through the Horn of Africa, Guatemala, and Northern Mexico, exploring the origins of our newest languages.
Are interpreters essential workers in healthcare? When do you need an interpreter? And where? Helen, certified Russian interpreter and VRI lead at CLI, answers these are more.
What stands out to you about the Pacific Northwest? For CLI’s Interpreter Liaison Brie Laridon, it’s the great outdoors.
A closer look at how one healthcare system in Texas rethought their interpreting options to better assist patients during COVID.
Too long, didn’t watch: Here’s a recap of our webinar with language industry leaders Jinny Bromberg, Michelle Rabie, Simon Andriesen, and Kristin Quinlan.
Pride is a month-long celebration commemorating the Stonewall riots of 1969. Even though we’ve come a long way since then, more needs to be done to ensure equality for all.
Garden tip from CLI customer services rep Xee: If you’re a newb or want a hassle-free experience, do not grown anything with vines.
2020 was a rough year. A lot of businesses suffered, but CEO Kristin Quinlan discusses how CLI found opportunity within all the calamity.
Black American Sign Language (BASL) is a vibrant language that has existed on the fringe for far too long. Now, Black Deaf youth are changing that. Read about the history of BASL along with an interview with ASL interpreter Rashana.