Description about the painting:
This painting is George William Veditz in 1913. The Library of Congress announced on December 28, 2010 to name the landmark 1913 film, The Preservation of the Sign Language, for inclusion in the National Film Registry.
George says that Deaf people must be hard-hearted to those teachers who think they know everything but they do not understand what the mind, spirit, desire, and needs of a Deaf person are. Alexander G. Bell, the false prophet says that oral method is better in educating the Deaf but Deaf people in other countries knows better of the importance in sign language within schools. National Association for the Deaf in 1913, created a budget to make videos to preserve sign language for future generations to help fend off the enemies like him who wants to eradicate sign language.
Celebration of 100th year in 2013.