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The Revolution Must Be Accessible (PDF)

This resource, created by HEARD advocates, serves as a guide for community organizers/educators on how to build virtual learning communities that are grounded in the principles of disability justice and language justice because the revolution must be accessible!

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Wrongful Conviction Infographic

ASL information explains the common causes of wrongful convictions on deaf disabled people.

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ASL: How to Respond to an Opioid Overdose (English CC)

How to respond to an opioid overdose using the various types of Naloxone. Presented in ASL with English captions.

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ASL: Harm Reduction Introduction (English CC)

Did you know that Harm Reduction is also a movement founded on respecting the rights and needs of people who use drugs? Harm Reduction accepts drug use as a part of life and offers support, safe and healthy practices.

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ASL Harm Reduction Introduction

Did you know that Harm Reduction is also a movement founded on respecting the rights and needs of people who use drugs? Harm Reduction accepts drug use as a part of life and offers support, safe and healthy practices.

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Jailhouse Lawyer’s Manual, 12th Edition

JLM is a practical legal resource written to provide incarcerated people with information about their rights while in prison.

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HEARD’s position on Use of Incarcerated People as “Interpreters”

In solidarity with thousands of imprisoned people in more than 15 states who are striking to bring attention to & end horrible prison conditions and prison labor exploitation, HEARD, LRID and over twenty organizations released a statement responding to decades of neglect of the needs of Deaf/Disabled imprisoned people. Our hope is to end nearly a decade of illegal and inhumane exploitation of imprisoned people by the Louisiana Department of Corrections.