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Braille Monitor

Vol. 49, No. 7                                                                   July 2006

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. 49, No. 7                                                                                     July 2006

 

Frontispiece

Who Says You Can't Go Home Again?
Reflections on the Twentieth Anniversary of the Louisiana Center for the Blind

by Chris Danielsen

The Kurzweil–National Federation of the Blind Reader
The Revolution Is Here!

by James Gashel

Reflections on Mentoring
by Gary Wunder

Let's Lift Him Up Where He Belongs
by Deborah Kendrick

Rediscovering Independence
A Look at Eight Months of Training at the Colorado Center for the Blind

by Klaus Zechner

Changing the Public's Attitudes: Signs of Inevitable Success
by Sheri Wells-Jensen

Accessibility Issue Comes to a Head
by Carol Sliwa

Confessions of a Sighted Cane Travel Instructor
by Caroline Rivera Coon

The Scenic Lighthouse Walk
by John G. Paré Jr.

Meet the Boy Scouts
by Tracy Soforenko

Handmade Music
by Rusty Marks

Seven Proven Steps to Effective Network Building
by Olegario "Ollie" D. Cantos VII

Good Neighbor in Houston

Ask Miss Whozit

The Impact of the Americans With Disabilities Act
Research Results

by Dr. John Frank

Recipes

Monitor Miniatures

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