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[Black and white video of different people (video cuts off their head) signing “Dare to Utter.”
Rochelle Greenwell is looking down, and then at the camera.
Cesar Ayla is looking directly at the camera, looking frustrated.
Leala Holcomb is looking at the camera, moving zir head to right, looking sad.
Roz Ramos is looking at the camera, and then looks away from the camera, looking frustrated.
Blair Rasmus is shaking her head, looking away from the camera.
Cara Barnett is looking away from the camera, looking sad.
Ian Sanbourn is looking at the camera, blinking slowly.
Black and white video of different people (video cuts off their head) signing “Dare to Utter.”
Leala Holcomb: “Texting me often, telling me to come home. I… sighs…”
Ian Sanbourn: “Few hours of partying and drinking, and then it happened. I got sick for life.”
Roz Ramos: “I wanted to get out but the Deaf community was too small. I felt trapped.”
Blair Rasmus: “We have been together for ten years, and I am still confined in my home.”
Cara Barnett: “You came to me. You said, “Hello, you are my girlfriend.” What? No. We haven’t discussed anything.”
Cesar Ayla: “I don’t know what it is called. Sexual harassment? Rape? Or what?”
Rochelle Greenwell: “I was seven years old when it happened to me.”
Black background with white text: Dare to Utter. May 29, 2015. Deaf Survivors’ Stories. A video of a person signing “Dare to Utter” is visible behind the text.
Black background with white text: Dare to Utter. May 29, 2015. California School for the Deaf, Fremont. Klopping Theatre. 7:00 pm. $15. Buy tickets online: http://daretoutterca.bpt.me. All proceeds will go to DeafHope.]