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My London Trip Accessibility Experience

Sveta wearing a black down coat and standing in front of Tower Bridge in London on a sunny day

I went to London last month for a week – primarily for business. While I have been to other countries in Europe and am originally from Europe myself, it was my first time ever visiting London and the U.K. My overall experience there was great and I hope to visit the U.K. again.

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Why NO Live Captions During Online Emergency Announcements?

Red bar saying "Where are captions?!" on a viral video about a not qualified interpreter in an yellow shirt during an emergency announcement about Irma

There was a video by Fox 13 News Tampa Bay via Facebook yesterday that featured a man in a bright yellow shirt what turned out to be not a professional interpreter but someone who knew some ASL. This caused a big furor in the Deaf community.

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