Deaf Bilingual Coalition (DBC) ought to participate in the 56th Presidential Inaugural Parade - January 20,2008 for countless free airtime and endless public exposures and global recognition.
The Joint Congressional Committee Inaugural Ceremonies had the participation deadline date - November 18th for any partisan or civic society participation.
President-elect Barack Hussein Obama and the general public could have an opportunity to acknowledge the existence of Deaf Bilingual Coalition to enhance the lives and educational opportunities of deaf youngsters along with the linguistic development of deaf babies. We could use the precious free airtime and television interviews for greater public exposures within the DBC.
Why not for the Deaf Bilingual Coalition (DBC) contact the Joint Congressional Committee Inaugural Committee to see if they could participate in the historic 2008 presidential inauguration past the deadline date?
One of the committee members are U.S. Senator Diana Fienstein of California which the Bay Area deaf community is the main anchor for real deaf activism to improve and mobilize the educational means for deaf youngsters and stand for the rights to linguistic development among deaf babies.
The real downside of the 2008 inaugural parade is to deal with the "freezing points" weather in the Nation's Capitol.
President-elect Barack Obama would approve the idea of Deaf Bilingual Coaltion to build and strengthen the education of the deaf to lift deaf youngsters into limitless possibilities and greater future.
Robert L. Mason (RLM)