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Grassroots Lobbying – Director of National ASL Lobbyist (NASLL)
a. Provide resources and support for better lobbying efforts.
b. Develop grassroots leaders and activists within legal approaches.
c. Build a coalition with supportive nonprofit organizations.

Since 1990, the ADA has been a law that disability have rights. But still not equal access for us Deaf people. You can look at NDFA, the National Deaf Freedom Association’s website. Here’s the address You can explore our site.
NDFA wants things to happen for the Deaf community and supports your needs by lobbying to get full equal access. The purpose of lobbying is to get what we want by making laws for our rights. Yes, many Deaf people do not like to get involved in politics. But remember it’s important to get involved to make things happen. It’s our/your responsibility to vote for whichever supports or disagrees. 
If you are a registered voter, you can join NDFA members for free, if not it is only a dollar to join. The reason we need more members is so NDFA can get more sponsors from others to help grow and fight for our Deaf community. Thank you for joining NDFA. 

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