File:Preservation of the Sign Language (1913).webm

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Preservation_of_the_Sign_Language_(1913).webm(WebM audio/video file, VP8, length 14 min 40 s, 320 × 240 pixels, 97 kbps overall)
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Two-minute silent film demonstrating in sign language the importance of defending the right of deaf people to sign as opposed to verbalizing their communication.

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Author George Veditz
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