Video description: A young light skinned Latinx appeared with a brown hair down wearing maroon shirt with a heart necklace, standing behind a white wall using ASL.

[square flyer with image of the federal court building on a sunny day in the background with the following words:

DALLAS, TEXAS
come to court to support Deaf migrant facing deportation.
August 12 @ 9am (trial goes all day)
Earle Cabell Federal Bldg, 1100 Commerce St. Dallas, TX
10th Floor, Courtroom No. 6, Judge Sims
(ASL-English terps will be present)

Why come to court ? * show the judge we support this person * learn advocacy process to help others
* see harmful impact of deportation & detention * hold court accountable for access
*share this person’s story * show solidarity for communities facing deportation/detention]

ASL:

Greetings!
Please come to Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse in Dallas, TX this Thursday, August 22nd at 9AM to support the young father who is facing deportation.

Why it is important to attend? We need to continue to show our support for this young father and their families. We also show the judge that we are in solidarity for our communities facing deportation/detention. We also hold court accountable for access. This is really important. Please come! If you couldn’t attend, that’s fine and please spread the word! Thank you for your support!

Video description: A young light skinned Latinx appeared with a brown hair down wearing maroon shirt with a heart necklace, standing behind a white wall using ASL.

[square flyer with image of the federal court building on a sunny day in the background with the following words:

DALLAS, TEXAS
come to court to support Deaf migrant facing deportation.
August 12 @ 9am (trial goes all day)
Earle Cabell Federal Bldg, 1100 Commerce St. Dallas, TX
10th Floor, Courtroom No. 6, Judge Sims
(ASL-English terps will be present)

Why come to court ? * show the judge we support this person * learn advocacy process to help others
* see harmful impact of deportation & detention * hold court accountable for access
*share this person’s story * show solidarity for communities facing deportation/detention]

ASL:

Greetings!
Please come to Earle Cabell Federal Courthouse in Dallas, TX this Thursday, August 22nd at 9AM to support the young father who is facing deportation.

Why it is important to attend? We need to continue to show our support for this young father and their families. We also show the judge that we are in solidarity for our communities facing deportation/detention. We also hold court accountable for access. This is really important. Please come! If you couldn’t attend, that’s fine and please spread the word! Thank you for your support!

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