Dolores Huerta: A Hero to Migrant Workers (ASL version of the book)
March 29, 2018
[Video description: On the left is Melissa Elmira Yingst is a brown-skinned Xicana wearing a black shirt with criss-cross on the chest and 3/4 sleeves. She has on red lipstick and large pink metal earrings with shoulder length dark brown hair. In the middle is Janette Durán. A light brown-skinned Mexicana wearing glasses and long brown wavy hair. She is wearing a traditional short-sleeved black Mexican huipil with brightly colored flowers on the chest. On the right is Socorro García a brown-skinned Xicanx. She has a short-spiked hairdo with shaved sides. She is wearing a long-sleeved blacktop. The three of them do the introduction of the book and then start taking turns signing the content of the book.]
This book was created through a partnership and collaboration of work between an Elementary Teacher at CSD Fremont and Deaf ASL Signers: Socorro García and Melissa Elmira Yingst - Founders of Alma de Muxeristas; and Janette Durán - Co-Director of Council de Manos and a board member of California Manos del Corazón.
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