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Published on Mar 21, 2012
Disneyland Resort hosted SIGNin' in the Street at the Downtown Disney District, a first-of-its-kind event at any Disney property celebrating creativity in the deaf community. See closed captioning below, and read more at the Disney Parks Blog: http://bit.ly/GDyA5w
George A. Kalogridis, President, Disneyland Resort: "What's really exciting about this particular event is this is the first time that we've hosted an event like this for the deaf community at any Disney property anywhere in the world, so we're very excited about it."
Michael Riley, President, ABC Family: "ABC Family and our show "Switched at Birth" was something that we new was incredibly special, and we're honored to participate because there's so much creativity with SIGNin' in the Street."
Marlee Matlin, ABC Family's "Switched at Birth": "It's absolutely an exciting day to be here at Disneyland. It's like we're bringing the whole community together today, deaf and hearing people, all ages."
Sean Berdy, ABC Family's "Switched at Birth": "This event is for the diverse deaf community that is out there, so it's really nice to be a part of "Switched at Birth" and a part of Disneyland's event SIGNin' in the Street."
Howard Rosenblum, CEO, National Association of the Deaf: "This event is really wonderful for the deaf community. They rarely have an event like this where they can highlight the talents and abilities of deaf actors, deaf writers, deaf role models and what deaf people can do."
Darrell Chrismer, Guest: "I think this helps the speaking world know that the deaf culture is here."
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