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#DeafInPrison Campaign

Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of the Deaf (HEARD) created the #DeafInPrison Campaign Campaign to raise awareness about abuse of and discrimination against Deaf prisoners across the nation.

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  1. PETITION:
  2. Deaf in Prison Petition (ASL Version)
  3. FILM SHOWN FOR 48 HOURS STARTING 12:00A.M. ON JUNE 27, 2014! ACCESS FILM AT (CASE SENSITIVE): bit.ly/DeafPrisoners ;
  4. [Image Description: Flyer announcing an event. The flyer has a black bar in the middle with white background above/below the black bar. There is a film reel in the lower left corner, with film strip streaming up to a straight line on the upper right corner. There are social media (twitter, Facebook, and YouTube) logos on the upper left corner, with the following text: "HELP UNCOVER THE INJUSTICE OF DEAF PRISONERS THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA." Inside of the black bar, in white text: "June 27, 2014. Join the #DeafinPrisonCampaign. Watch "Deaf in Prison" online or at a screening near you & post about what you learn on social media using #DeafinPrison. You can only access the film at bit.ly/DeafPrisoners for 48 hours beginning at 12:00 a.m. (EST) on June 27th. Below that, on white background in black text: "DeafinPrison is hosted by HEARD in collaboration with Facundo Element. Follow (twitter logo) #behearddc & @facundoelement For more information, visit bit.ly/DeafInPrisonEvent. To the left of that are HEARD and Facundo Element Logos side by side. On the upper right corner, in the filmstrip, are the words: "A documentary Film by Al Jazeera America #DeafInPrison. Directly below that are three small pictures side by side, all of which are clips from the film."]
  5. All videos below are translated from HEARD's fact sheet. Each video description box (in YouTube) has the transcript for the video shown. 
  6. What can we do to help Deaf in Prison?
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