Jericho: Walls of Silence (Documentary) (1999)

Jericho: Walls of Silence by Glynis Whiting is more than a story of sexual abuse. It is an examination of how the gap between the deaf and hearing worlds contributed to the islolation of the children of Jericho. For over a decade authorities at 'Jericho Hill School for the Deaf' had evidence that abuse was happening in their midst but did not stop it. As the years passed, victims became offenders—until one former student forced and examination of his ordeal, thus exposing the hundreds of stories that eventually toppled Jericho's walls of silence.

Jim Byrnes .... Narrator
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