Marlee Matlin calls out Delta for ‘no closed captions for deaf’ flyers

Actress and deaf activist Marlee Matlin is highlighting the worries of in-flight accessibility following a aggravating expertise on Delta Air Traces.  

The “Switched at Start” star – who is the only deaf actress to earn an Academy Award for her do the job on the 1986 film “Small children of a Lesser God” – took to Twitter Thursday to get in touch with out the airline for its lack of shut captioning on its in-flight entertainment procedure. 

“Unhappy to see that my favored airline, @Delta flight 1998 has provisions for various languages and audio description for in-flight entertainment but no shut captions for deaf and tricky of listening to flyers,” she tweeted along with a online video of her signing from the plane. 

Matlin, 54, additional, “#noaccess #stillwaiting for #ADAcompliance.”

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