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Marlee Matlin—Voices on Social Justice

Marlee Matlin explains what social justice means to her: unequal access to economic stability, to education and in access to protection of their rights by law. She argues that everyone can have social justice, if we all work together toward that goal.
Tim Connolly
3 years, 4 months ago
Hi Marlee, I saw you were in 'Extreme Makeover: Home Edition' that you helped hearing son who wanted to college by donation with $50,000..that really cool. now I just wonder that How can I find you and I need to talking with you about my son who attend college. He asked me the money that I do not have enough to pay his education fee. Marlee, I know that you are so busy. please email me soon whenever you can. Only I ask for donation what my need.. thank you. Tim
4 years, 1 month ago
jeffrey cosma
4 years, 1 month ago
we need big help here in anchorage and we need deaf service .. and we need help with purple3 and we need iphone4 for all deaf in anchorage .cant afford to buy . thank you jeff cosma
4 years, 1 month ago
I think the discussion is great and very valid. Marlee is a good spokesperson for this situation. However, I am just having a hard time accepting few editing style when the camera framed on the hands only, out of focus and into the focus--it kind of gives me a headache as I couldn't really stay connected with her thread of signs. Maybe it would be better if next time the editing could improve. Otherwise, it is excellent! Keep it up.

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