Need your Help to Spread the Words To Support Germany Deaf Community

Kalista

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** Need your Help ** petition to support Germany Sign Language to get their VRS/ closed captioned on their T.V.

See Pinky Aiello s vlog... Thanks for your support Germany, please tell your hearing people, neighbor, school, church, CODA, friends......

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=hC8khhGIlHY

r please spread your words to your friends, family in Germany.
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Aktion Gebärdensprache NEUESTE Info zur DEMO am 14. Juni in Berlin AKTION GEBÄRDENSPRACHE
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PLEASE SIGN for German Sign Language!!! PLEASE
Aktion Gebärdensprache NEUESTE Info zur DEMO am 14. Juni in Berlin
Aktion Gebärdensprache NEUESTE Info zur DEMO am 14. Juni in Berlin
www.avaaz.org
25 JAHRE GEBÄRDENSPRACHE IN EUROPA GROSSE Demonstration - für AKTION GEBÄRDENSPRACHE - statt in Berlin. Es geht um UNSERE GEBÄRDENSPRACHE! Es geht um BARRIEREFREIES LEBEN! Es geht um UNSERE ZUKUNFT! MACHT MIT - für AKTION DGS!!!
 

Jiro

If You Know What I Mean
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holy mother of god! that is so atrocious! it's just like Canada except... there's no VRS. signing up now!
 

Kalista

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holy mother of god! that is so atrocious! it's just like Canada except... there's no VRS. signing up now!

I know, I was such stunned to see Pinky s vlog. It breaks my heart. Hopefully, there will be over 10K petition to make the Germany Government overwhelming. It will make things change for the Germany Deaf community.

* Sigh * it is 2013, not 1940's grrrr :roll:
 

katz4life

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Yeah, no shit!!! I went to Munich in 2010 and I slept in one of the luxury hotels and I remembered that there was no closed caption option on the remote nor the menu button on flatscreen tv. I'll never forget that I've had met sooooooooo many Deaf Germans from all over cities and towns in Germany. I picked up some German signs from them via communicating, they were not too hard to learn.
 

Kalista

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Yeah, no shit!!! I went to Munich in 2010 and I slept in one of the luxury hotels and I remembered that there was no closed caption option on the remote nor the menu button on flatscreen tv. I'll never forget that I've had met sooooooooo many Deaf Germans from all over cities and towns in Germany. I picked up some German signs from them via communicating, they were not too hard to learn.


wow that is very sad due to behide their technology. :(
 

Chevy57

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Watch Youtube video about deaf rally at Berlin yesterday (June 14)

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5Ijns6AF94[/ame]

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjdFgsh4UDQ[/ame]

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT8xHbUdbMs[/ame]
 
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katz4life

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The total of Deaf Germans attended at the rally was around 13,500 out of 82 million living in Germany. if it wasn't for those 17,000 Deaf victims from sterilization between 1933 and 1945 during the Third Reich, it would triple that amount of Deaf generations in Germany's population today.
 
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