The Braille Monitor

Vol. 44, No. 5                                                    May 2001

Barbara Pierce, Editor

Published in inkprint, in Braille,
and on cassette by The National Federation of the Blind

Marc Maurer, President
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Contents

Vol. 44, No. 5                                                                              May 2001

Philadelphia Site of 2001 Convention

Frontispiece

A New Day in Rehabilitation for the Blind

Empowerment, Partnership, and High Expectations

Just Words, or the Foundation of Effective Rehabilitation?
    by Fredric K. Schroeder, Ph.D.

U.S. Backs the Disabled in Suit against Cruise Industry
by Warren Richey

From the President's Mail Basket: Reflections on Descriptive Videos
by Marc Maurer

Recent NFB Resolutions Concerning Descriptive Video

American Council of the Blind Adds Bad Taste to Bigotry and Self-Deception
by Barbara Pierce

From the Listservs: More about Descriptive Video

Reflections on the Long White Cane
by Kevan Worley

Walking with an NFB Cane
by John Bailey

Victory in Indiana
by Pam Schnurr

Shopping for Braille Notetakers? Take Note
by Brad Hodges

Blind Doctor Sees Patients in a Different Way
by Helen O'Neill

Negotiating the Dark
by Stephen O. Benson

Interesting Employment Phenomena in the State of Utah
by Sherrie Crespo

The Philadelphia Marriott, Your Home for a Week This Summer
by Jim Antonacci

Encountering History
by Toni Whaley

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