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DEAF PROTEST 2015: Follow President Abraham Lincoln’s Example

quote-it-is-a-sin-to-be-silent-when-it-is-your-duty-to-protest-abraham-lincoln-112-47-72President Abraham Lincoln, the first Patron of Gallaudet University said, “it is a sin to be silent when it is your duty to protest” is what a perfect example what it should be really about Deaf protest 2015 held on September 5th and 6th, 2015 in the nation’s capital: Washington, D.C;

I live in Deaf community. My front yard and back yard is full of ignorant, oblivious oppressors like you. And by battling oppressive systems, do you notice that Deaf people are trying to “clean up” the Deaf community, because this destruction to our people was not our own doing. So where is the responsibility when the Bill of Rights FAIL to teach Deaf people social and moral values?

Lincoln would love to see Deaf people protest and shall not be SILENT—and it is not a SIN at all! Deaf people shall receive better employment benefits, and most importantly, pursuit of happiness. It is your choice—take the high road or leave it there.

Please take a look at my VLOG below and understand more why Lincoln wants you to set a good example.

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DEAF PROTEST 2015: Follow President Abraham Lincoln’s Example

-JT

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