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Elevate: Campaign Training for People with Disabilities - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Blahovec
53:25
The third was Squarespace
Sarah Blahovec
54:25
Two questions from email1. how important is it to do campaign phone polls?2. how important is it to have a good campaign slogan. Should it be short and direct, etc?
Sarah Blahovec
01:15:39
captioning service: www.rev.comYou can google "captioning service" to find many other options
Joey Gidseg
01:20:24
People who lose their hearing later in life don’t know ASL, and need CART, so they are almost always left out it seems.
Joey Gidseg
01:21:29
It’s so frustrating because people seems to think that ALL people who are Deaf or late deaf know and understand ASL.
Michele M.
01:22:11
I tend to see CART more local to me and city council meetings are not supported by ASL translation services. They hide in the please notify us 48 hours in advance of needed accommodations.
Sarah Blahovec
01:23:03
Resource from the National Center on Disability and Access to Education on adding captions in YouTube http://ncdae.org/resources/cheatsheets/youtube.php
Sarah Blahovec
01:24:05
Mariah Parker http://ncdae.org/resources/cheatsheets/youtube.php
Sarah Blahovec
01:26:25
https://voterunlead.org/resources/vrl-live-replay-your-stump-speech/
Sarah Blahovec
01:27:54
www.ncil.org/candidateswww.ncil.org/elected-officials
Sarah Blahovec
01:28:21
www.ncil.org/campaign-guide
Sarah Blahovec
01:30:10
https://webaim.org/
Sarah Blahovec
01:31:56
https://www.ncil.org/votingrights/sample-ballot-toolkit/