What does it mean to be a good watchdog? #TipTuesday #NADLegislativeTip
[VIDEO DESC & TRANSCRIPT: Kim is standing in the NAD Headquarters lobby. The NAD logo is at the upper right corner.
“LEGISLATIVE TIPS” appears in white text inside a blue border box, “WITH KIM” is a transparent text inside a small white box.
KIM: How can we be a good watchdog to various bills in different states? There are different ways to be a watchdog. Watching and checking your state legislator’s website everyday — whether it’s during the one-month, two-month, six-month, or year around session. This is one way. You can also sign up for alerts in some states. You can choose which topic you want to get alerts on such as “deaf”,
Above Kim’s head is black text “DEAF” in white banner.
KIM: “hard of hearing”,
Below Kim’s hands is black text “HARD OF HEARING” in white banner.
On Kim’s hands is black text “DISABILITY” in white banner.
Next to Kim’s hands is black text “CAPTIONING” in white banner.
Below Kim’s hands is black text “INTERPRETING” in white banner.
KIM: and “education”.
Next to Kim’s hands is black text “EDUCATION” in white banner.
KIM: There are so many more, even “hearing impaired”
Below Kim’s hands is black text “HEARING IMPAIRED” in white banner.
KIM: Yes, ‘hearing impaired’ is still used in some states. Enter these topics as keywords, so when a relevant bill is about to be proposed, you’ll get an alert! As you monitor, you will become more aware what is happening in your state.
A freeze frame of Kim with ‘go ahead’ sign in pixelated blue overlay and gray background. Below Kim’s hands are black text “MEET YOUR LEGISLATOR TODAY” in white banner. Video cuts to grey background with the NAD logo quickly changing in different bright colors from teal to white to black to hot pink to green to orange to teal to yellow to purple to finally the official NAD logo with copyright text underneath “The National Association of the Deaf (c) 2019 All Rights Reserved”.]
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