ACB Voices

Welcome to the ACB Voices Blog, a collection of stories and news from the American Council of the Blind. The following pages provide a glimpse into the lives of Americans who are blind and visually impaired, as well as offer helpful guidance and resources for fostering community growth and advocacy.

Recent Posts

Farewell April Showers!

by Cachet Wells The first quarter has now washed away and it’s on to the second quarter of the year. Are you staying the course for goals that you set forth? Take note of the small milestones that you reach on the journey, for each one of them matter. There is so much beauty around

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When Two Worlds Unite…Collide…Unite?

By Anthony Corona We celebrate so many things as a community which can lead to opening of mind and heart in individual lives, as it has been doing for me. As ACB celebrates our foray into Spanish language speaking content and inclusion, as we wrap up celebrating Black and Women’s History Months, I ruminate over

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ACB Legislative Week: A Strong Chorus of Advocacy

By Anthony Corona It only takes one voice to sing a song, but a chorus of voices can unite to raise that song to a masterpiece. The ACB Legislative Week is one of our organization’s spotlight shining moments, annually uniting our collective voices into a strong chorus of advocacy. We unite around imperatives and ideas

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