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I wonder if anyone is able to help us with our current project ☺️.
 
We are a dance studio currently creating a piece of performance work with our older students who are interpreting a speech by Lin Manuel Miranda about love and equality, and we would love to be able to incorporate British Sign Language into the choreography to make it more accessible and impactful. 
 
The line we would love to use BSL on is Can not be killed or swept aside’ - is anyone able to translate this for us.
 
Thank you in advance :)

 

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