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a man with a 40's suit seen from the back

This month, Canal 22 Internacional releases a couple of accessible shows highlighting the work of two prominent Mexican artists: Efren Hernández and Julio Ruelas.  

A teacher showing sign language to a student

Accessibility to information for people who are deaf, hard of hearing, and deaf-blind (D/HoH/DB) is a right that cannot be overlooked in terms of population incidence, legal mandates, and basic human consideration.  

Angela interpreting in an event


We tell you a little more about the story of Angela Roth, a member of our advisory committee  

two young men lie in the ground looking at the sky

This Monday the POV movie Faya Dayi releases with accessibility features.  

María Victoria Díaz

At Dicapta, we proudly announce that our founder and leader, Dr. María Victoria Díaz, was nominated for the Mi Univisionario award.

Nelson Chamisa, the Zimbawean presidential candidate, in a rally

After the fall of Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s leader from 1987 to 2017, the military ensured the population that they will have free elections for their next leader. It is against this background of a newborn democracy that Camilla Nielson’s  “President” takes place.  

A blind woman and a man ride a rollercoaster

What does it mean to dedicate your life to someone else? This is the theme behind the movie "He's my brother" that will release Monday on PBS as part of POV's award-winning documentary series.  

Susana Harp, Geo Meneses y Rina Lazo

In the coming weeks, Canal 22 Internacional will premiere several programs that will highlight the works and lives of various outstanding women artists.  

Ricardo López stands next to a sign that says "Presente: A Latino History of the United States"

Ricardo López, a member of our advisory committee, was consulted by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, Washington DC in order to provide guidance for the accessibility elements and some cultural aspects of one of their most recent exhibits.