President’s Letter

Do you hear that? It is the sound of progress, persistence, and positive change led by the National Federation of the Blind. It’s the sound of our positive impact on the rest of society. More from President Riccobono.

Buna Dahal’s Story

Before attending my first chapter meeting, I did not know I could take the train, ride a bus, or use a long white cane. Read about Buna’s path to planning a national advocacy event.

Latest News at the NFB

The Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act takes effect, advocacy on COVID testing and vaccines continues, NFB BELL® Academy application period opens, and the Disability Law Symposium keynote speaker is announced. Read more news.

Take Action This Month

Register for the national convention, share information about our national scholarship program and BELL Academy, and check out the latest issue of the Braille Monitor. How you can get involved this month.

Important Dates

We invite you to join us. Don’t forget to mark your calendar with upcoming events and deadlines. Read important dates.

Read the complete issue online.

The National Federation of the Blind knows that blindness is not the characteristic that defines blind people or their future. Every day we raise the expectations of and for blind people, because low expectations create obstacles between blind people and our dreams. We can live the lives we want; blindness is not what holds us back. Please join us in our work by becoming a member, attending an event, sharing this newsletter, or supporting our programs.



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