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Introduction

This document lists the Seven Vital Reforms which were published on the DEAF-L list on 21 Oct 1994.

They are the seven major issues that VPAA Rosen magnifies in her article, 'Advocacy and Agendas in the United States' published in the same source: 'PARALLEL VIEWS,' (pp.46-48).

"The major concern of the NAD (National Association of the Deaf) is to shift paradigms and alter people's mind-sets. This means changing permanently from old to new perceptions and attitudes. (Caps = italic)

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Introduction There is an excellent FAQ about all aspects of closed captioning, written by Gary D. Robson. Its URL is: http://www.robson.org/capfaq/. See also Jamie Berke's Captioning Web at http://www.captions.org/.
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