Saturday, June 02, 2007

True Costs Of Keeping VRS Alive



Doing what I did in this video is very proper by a true a deaf advocate and makes me a true patriot of the deaf communities that rely on interpreters.

Lots of deaf people fail to realize the VRS industry enjoyed their success at the expense of the deaf communities.

The VRS industry exacerbated interpreter shortages and the deaf communities paid a big price for it through loss of employment, loss of independence, loss of life, loss of safety, loss of freedom, and loss of justice.

I can go into the details of all these losses.

And I will do it and get loud and go straight to FCC and tell them the true costs borne by the deaf communities of keeping the VRS industry alive.

Richard