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.

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Reflections on: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Buzz words or Core Values By: Anthony Corona As June is Pride Month and the world seems to be in such turmoil I find myself pondering the meaning of these 3 powerful words. The call-to-action they evoke is often clouded or appropriated to serve specific messaging but is walking the walk

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day

By Ray Campbell, Second Vice President, ACB Thursday, May 20 marks the 10th annual Global Accessibility Awareness Day. So what exactly is so significant about Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)? As a Certified professional working to make technology more accessible, GAAD gives me an opportunity to reiterate that accessibility doesn’t mean dull. Such companies as

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A Mother’s Day Portrait in Courage and Love

By Anthony Corona There are many different kind of Mothers in our world, from biological or foster, to the furry baby moms and to the amazing women who take others under their wings to fill in gaps that families may leave. My own mother is a complex woman who doesn’t make it easy to celebrate

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