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Come join DCARA Youth & Family Services tomorrow, June 2 at 3 pm PT for #ASLStorysigning virutal event! Moni Brown will sign the story from a book called “Don’t Call Me Grandma” by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson and illustrated by Elizabeth Zunon.

No need for registration! Join us on Facebook page to watch the story live or join via Zoom webinar: https://zoom.us/j/93548020119

[Video description: This vlog shows two people having a conversation. Danielle Silk is seated in front of the background with blue curtains. Danielle has pulled back brown hair, large roundish dark translucent glasses, and a black shirt. Moni Brown, an African-American female, stands in front of light colored walls. Moni has long, wavy dark hair. She is wearing a brown shirt.]

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Danielle: Hi! Who are you?

Moni: I’m Moni! I’m the new advocate for DCARA Headquarters in San Leandro!

Danielle: Hi Moni! We’re so thrilled to have you here at DCARA! What’s up?

Moni: I’m reading this really great book,“Don’t Call Me Grandma.”

Danielle: Really?! I love stories! What is the book about?

Moni: It’s a really sweet book about a little African American Girl and her relationship with fancy, fancy Great-Grandmother.

Danielle: Fascinating, can I join you?

Moni: Definitely!

Danielle: You guys want to join too! How can you join? Join us tomorrow, Tuesday, June 2nd at 3 PM PT. Where? Zoom webinar link: https://zoom.us/j/93548020119 or join us on Facebook Live. Registration is not required. Questions, contact: danielle.silk@dcara.org | 510-343-5167 | 510-296-9777 (Español)

Moni: See you there soon!

Danielle: questions? Contact: danielle.silk@dcara.org | 510-343-5167 | 510-296-9777 (Español)

[Screen fades to show a picture of the flyer “ASL Storysigning” virtual event.]

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