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A doctor in protective gear holds a newborn
  

Dicapta celebrates joining POV to provide the audio description for the fourteen films of its 35th season. 

Jacobo Zabludovksy
  

For this month, you will be able to see the documentaries "Los Guadalupes, una sociedad secreta en la independencia" and "Jacobo Zabludovksy, un hombre tras la noticia”. 

A picture of Kelvin Crosby holding a ceramic vase
  

During deaf-blind awareness month, we at Dicapta have decided to put the spotlight on some figures of the deaf-blind community. This time, we are going to share the story of Kelvin Crosby, the DeafBlind Potter.  

Several people protest in front of a bus
  

“Javier Sicilia, en la soledad del otro” is now available with audio description and captions for the entire public. 

Alexandra Adams. Credit: https://twitter.com/alexandra_DBmed/status/1480613774461902848
  

During the deafblind awareness month, we at Dicapta decided to put a spotlight on some outstanding figures of the deafblind community. On this occasion, we want to talk about Alexandra Adams, a med student, traveler, and social media figure. 

Cody Colchado lifting weights. Credit: U.S. Association of Blind Athletes.
  

During the deafblind awareness month, we at Dicapta decided to put a spotlight on some outstanding figures of the deafblind community. On this occasion, we want to talk about Cody Colchado Jr, an incredible powerlifter. 

Collage of several people displaying key workplace abilities such as marketing, construction and soft skills
  

Dicapta and the Kentucky Educational Television (or KET) are working together (with the funding of the Department of Education) to make several of KET's educational shorts fully accessible by including audio description and close captions.  

a group of dancers in a park
  

"Experiencing the world, one dance at a time" is the premise of "Bare Feet by Mickela Mallozzi," the Emmy Award-Winning show that has 4 of its seasons with full accessibility.  

text: DCMP equal access in education, Dicapta collaborator
  

Dicapta is glad to be working with the Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP) in our effort to increase the accessibility options for people with sensory disabilities in the United States.