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.
By Cheryl Cumings How things have changed over the years. I remember when people scoffed at the idea of celebrating the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. No one denied that his actions had changed America, but there was skepticism that the changes he brought to the U.S. should be recognized by all Americans. People
By Belinda Collins If you have been involved with the ACB Community for a while, you have most likely figured out by now that we have an amazing crafting group, that has quite literally morphed into a small community of its own. From loom and needle knitting, Mitsy Kit projects, crocheting, card-making, and many other
By Cachet Wells Sleigh bells have now danced away. All sales are final. The budget has been reconfigured to get the last of all gifts, and just like that, we have unwrapped another month. Many of us have jingled the bells with our chapter and special affiliate, all while catching up on the latest gift-giving
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