Play on human rights performed at junior high school cultural festival

September 4, 2016
The students learn sign language 
from a Deaf woman (left) before 
performance.

A play on human rights performed at Yoshino Junior High School in Aba city, Tokushima Prefecture is the traditional event which continues for more than 40 years.

Students made the original play related to human rights which made "disability" a theme. A play is performed at the school cultural festival on September 4, aiming at enhancement of understanding to a person with disabilities through an friendship exchange between a Deaf student and her classmates.

A senior student wrote a script, 3 students perform and  8 students take charge of sound effects and a narration.

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