IMAGINEERING OUR FUTURE
As a blind person and a father, I understand the challenges of virtual education. The NFB is creating better educational opportunities and a stronger community for all blind people. More from President Riccobono.
Learn About Connecting and Protecting Learning
“During the pandemic, the opportunity to connect and learn in community with other blind people has become even more vital.” We have something for young children through teens.” Learn about our education efforts.
Latest News at the NFB
It’s election season–get ready to vote! Opportunities for blind actors, the extension of the quiet-car rule, web and app detection of screen reader use, and NFB-branded masks available to order. Read more news.
Take Action This Month
Celebrate Meet the Blind Month, watch our latest voting video, read the latest Nation’s Blind blog, and check out the most recent issue of the Braille Monitor. More about what you can do this month.
Mark your calendar with upcoming presidential releases, open house gatherings, and Washington Seminar 2021. More dates to keep in mind.
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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