Portland Community College President Mark Mitsui’s Election Day Message (ASL version)

ASL interpretation of PCC President Mark Mitsui’s address to the college community about the importance of this moment and underscores the significance in an inclusive democracy of the right to vote.

Source: Portland Community College

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