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White House Briefings will now include Sign Language Interpreter

An American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter will attend every daily White House press briefing, Biden administration press secretary Jen Psaki announced. The decision, which has already been celebrated by advocates, will make the briefings more accessible to those who are deaf or hard of hearing

 

Psaki announced the effort, saying it's part of the Biden administration's accessibility and inclusion efforts.

"The president is committed to building an America that is more inclusive, more just, and more accessible for every American including Americans with disabilities and their families," Psaki was quoted as saying.

 

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