Discrimination storyboard

Discrimination storyboard

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  • (dialogue) (wide shot) Dylan- (walks into cafe with guide dog) hey how are you?
  • (dialogue) (close up shot) Arielle- sorry you're not allowed dogs inside the cafe. Dylan- but i'm blind how am I supposed to walk around? It's not illegal to bring a guide dog.
  • (dialogue) (over the shoulder shot) Arielle- Well we don't want dogs walking around in our cafe so please leave Dylan- (walks out with shame)
  • (voice over)  Narrator- A person with a disability has a right to the same employment opportunities as a person without a disability. 
  • (voice over) (pan) Narrator- If a person with a disability can do the main activities or ‘inherent requirements’ of a job, then they should have an equal opportunity to do that job. But in some cases a a boss would not allow a person with a disability work for them, even if they could.
  • (voice over) (pan) Narrator- In a nutshell disability discrimination is a cruel and rude and disgusting way to treat someone who may not have the ability and strength to do as much as you and have that disability that you may not have with disrespect is a horrible thing and ruins today's society.
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