The Online Archive:
Bringing together films, photos and memories from around the world, the aim of this new website is to illustrate the range, richness and depth of the Deaf community and their history. It is not only accessible but interactive, allowing visitors comment on materials, provide additional information and event upload their own films and photos to the site.
Power in Our Hands is available through on-demand streaming, on the British Film Institute’s BFI Player - click here to watch it.
SHARE has developed a range of teaching resources to support both the online resource and documentary. Age range extends from the Early Years Curriculum to Key Stage Four, and support both the National Curriculum and the Deaf Studies Curriculum.
There is no charge for these resources. Copies can be requested from Justin Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information and get involved
SHARE is an innovative and original project that the BDA is continuously looking to develop through partnerships. If you would like to learn more about SHARE and how you can get involved please email Justin Smith at email@example.com.
The British Deaf Association would like to thank the following for their generous contributions to SHARE: The Deaf Visual Archive:
Many thanks also to our numerous individual donors.