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Upcoming Events

Web Accessibility Training Day

The National Federation of the Blind (NFB) Center of Excellence in Nonvisual Access to Commerce, Public Information, and Education (CENA) and the Maryland Technology Assistance Program are proud to announce that we will be hosting another Web Accessibility Training Day on November 4, 2015. This year we are expanding both the technical and the policy tracks. Whether you are wondering how to implement accessibility in education, curious about the Section 508 update, or wanting to learn more about how to test for web accessibility, we’ve got you covered. Come learn with us! 

NFB STEM2U

During the 2015-2016 school year NFB STEM2U programs will take place in Phoenix, San Francisco, and Minneapolis. Applications for juniors (elementary school students), apprentices (high school students) and teacher participants are now live. Learn more and apply at http://www.blindscience.org/nfb-stem2u.

What's New

NFB GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ Record Attempt

On July 8, 2015, in honor of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the National Federation of the Blind, members and supporters of the NFB set a new GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for largest umbrella mosaic. Two thousand four hundred and eighty individuals simultaneously raised umbrellas to create the image of the National Federation of the Blind icon and the organization’s tagline, “Live the life you want.” For more information, including video and photographs, visit www.nfb.org/gwr.

John Halverson Shares His NFB Story

In our newest video, Federation leader John Halverson shares how he came to know the National Federation of the Blind, the assistance the NFB provided him in pursuing his education, and how the Federation's help inspired him to become more involved in the National Federation of the Blind. Watch John’s story on our YouTube channel now.

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