Climate group offers ASL interpretation for volunteers
National climate organization now offers ASL interpretation at monthly event
Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) now offers ASL interpretation on its monthly organizing call for grassroots volunteers nationwide. Interpreting services are provided by Civic Access, a Deaf-owned organization.
“Christina McMurry offers a critical service, and we’re grateful to them and their team for working with us to create a more accessible space and provide effective communication for Deaf and hard of hearing folks who are part of the climate advocacy community,” said Patricia Rubio, CCL Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator.
CCL’s monthly call takes place every second Saturday of the month on Zoom at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT. CCL volunteers and other viewers dial in via Zoom to hear the latest updates from our organization’s climate work, actions they can take in the upcoming month, and a message from a guest speaker. Anyone interested in learning more about Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s work can join the call at http://www.cclusa.org/meeting.
“We’re thrilled to add this feature to our monthly calls so that members of the Deaf community can engage more fully with climate advocacy,” said Don Addu, CCL Senior Director of Programs. “Grassroots climate organizing is stronger and more effective when every American is included and can participate in pushing our elected leaders for action.”
If your organization would like more information about Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s work or our affinity groups for Deaf and hard of hearing climate advocates, we encourage you to reach out.
To learn more about Citizens’ Climate Lobby, go to https://citizensclimatelobby.org/