Video to assist Hispanic renters
YouTube may not be the place many turn for educational videos, but for Spanish-speaking renters and their English speaking landlords, some say a four-minute video could be the key to better tenant-landlord relations.
The video, which began as the brainchild of neighborhood activists, was created to inform Spanish-speaking renters of their rights as tenants and is now available on the site YouTube.com as well as on DVD.
Flashing images of how-to and how-not-to live, such as the word “No!” emblazoned on a picture of a car with no license plate, are narrated in Spanish. The goal, said co-creator Ken Gasch, is to empower the non-English speaking population with its rights as American renters.
SOURCE: Hispanic Trending