I explain in ASL about DeafCampaign2008's status on DeafRead, why it's important for you to get the deaf perspective information on DNC 2008, and how you can visit it on your own.
Hello! I am in my pajamas right now and wearing my “Campaign 2008” shirt. I have to go to sleep early tonight because I will be getting up at 5am tomorrow. I will be making my way to the Conference Center at 5:30 am to start work. I have to keep my job information private for security reasons.
I want to talk with you now about DeafCampain2008’s status on Deafread.
Not all entries will be on DeafRead. Every night I am working hard to type up entries for the site full of important political information for Deaf people like you. For example, things like DNC 2008, or otherbig political events. News channels normally send hearing crews to go and film the events and gather information. My work is to provide you with the Deaf perspective on these political events. It is important for me to do this so that Deaf people can become more involved and well informed about political issues that impact them. This will help us become stronger together as a community. Again, not all entries will be on DeafRead. Only entries that have information that is specifically Deaf-related will be found on DeafRead. Other important, more general political information will be on Deafcampain2008’s blog. If you are interested in this information go directly to our blog site at DeafCampaign2008.blogspot.com. Do check this blog on a daily basis because we update it frequently with information for you!
Thursday, August 21, 2008
IMPORTANT: DeafCampaign2008's Status on Deafread