D-Pan Seeks to Provide Access to Media For Deaf and Hard of Hearing

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DEC 1, 2011 – D-Pan, an organization that is dedicated to professional development and access to the entertainment, visual and media arts fields for people who are deaf and hard of hearing, have released a video of children signing to the White Stripes "We're Going To Be Friends" song. On their website they say, "We believe that our current initiatives – as well as those we will be launching in the near future – will be beneficial to the deaf, hard of hearing and hearing communities alike." Watch the video below, and check out their website here.

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