Deaf Perspectives on SignWriting, Video 2: How SignWriting Changed





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Published on Apr 29, 2011

Taken from the perspective of the Deaf people involved, Video 2 is a synopsis of how SignWriting changed and improved, as more Deaf people began to write their language. Native signers skilled in SignWriting discuss how they used the system in the 1980's and early 1990's. This 30 minute video features George 'Butch' Zein, Lucinda O'Grady Batch, Kevin Clark, Denny Voreck, and Valerie Sutton, with guest appearances by Deaf actor Bernard Bragg, and a special visitor from Saudi Arabia, Abdul Aziz Al-Obaid, who discusses recording Saudi Arabian Sign Language. In American Sign Language, with English voice and captions.

Deaf Action Committee For SignWriting
Publisher: Deaf Action Committee For SignWriting
Sponsor: Center for Sutton Movement Writing
Producer: Valerie Sutton
Presenter: Lucinda O'Grady Batch
Presenter: George Butch Zein
Presenter: Kevin Clark
Presenter: Denny Voreck
Presenter: Valerie Sutton
Presenter: Bernard Bragg
Presenter: Abdul Aziz Al-Obaid
Interpreter & English Voice-Over: Pasch McCombs
Interpreter & English Voice-Over: Gary Sanderson
English Voice-Over: Valerie Sutton
History Script: Valerie Sutton
Video Editing in Studio: Thomas Kihneman
Video Production: Lightning Studios
Video Editing for Web: James Short
Help with Captioned Media on Web: Harkle.com
Inventor, SignWriting: Valerie Sutton

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