I was just thinking... are all of these great documentaries available in Spanish as well?

That would be great! A lot of people in California only speak Spanish, or don't quite speak English on the high vocabulary level that can sometimes be seen in the documentaries. So I would like to submit the idea (or re-submit because it's probably been brought up before!) of translating the videos. Probably easiest is subtitulos, but I think voice-overs may be more effective for a lot of people as well. 

Thanks!

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I do know that Youtube has support for closed captions in different languages. Writing the closed captions for documentaries on Youtube would be one feasible direction to go!

I volunteer to work on this!

Heres a link on how to add captions to a youtube video

I would contact the users who uploaded the videos first to make sure you can get ahold of them!

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