A tactile art symposium hosted by the National Federation of the Blind
December 9, 2016, 5:30 -8:00 p.m.
During the "Putting More STEAM in STEM" tactile art symposium, the National Federation of the Blind will host Sensory Knowledge, a tactile art exhibit open to the public. For more information, visit nfb.org/tactile-art-symposium.
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In our latest blog post, Director of Outreach Patti Chang reflects on the achievements we can be thankful about from the past year, and outlines how you can help to spread the word about how the Federation helps blind people live the lives they want and to support our continuing work in 2017.
In Episode 9 of our monthly podcast, hear about the actions the National Federation of the Blind takes to make sure that blind people can vote privately and independently in our elections. Also, President Riccobono, in the Presidential Privilege segment, talks about holiday traditions and the NFB’s long-standing assistance to Santa in writing Braille letters to blind boys and girls. Plus the most recent news on Federation activities, and our fond farewell (but not really) to Danielle Trevino as she leaves her co-hosting duties to pursue new adventures and federation activities in Texas.