Taming the Accessibility Wild West
By Amy Mason
Women Who Helped Me Stay the Course
By Ashley Neybert
Accessible payments and banking with Cash App
by Karl Belanger
Mentorship and Empowerment: Cricket’s Scholarship and Federation Story
by Cricket Bidleman
The Dynamic Tactile Device: A New Solution to an Old Problem
by Karen Anderson
In Memoriam Scott LaBarre: A Statement on his Passing
The following message is from the National Federation of the Blind, the National Federation of the Blind of Colorado, and the Colorado Center for the Blind.
A Brief History of the Braille Monitor
by Gary Wunder Note: This article appeared in the Braille Monitor January 2011, and was originally from a speech given by Gary Wunder on October 30, 2010, at the National Federation of the Blind of Colorado Convention.
Understanding the Orozco v. Garland Appeal and Why It Is Important
By Valerie Yingling Can both federal employees and members of the public with disabilities avail themselves of the full panoply of rights and remedies provided, either explicitly or implicitly, by Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, 29 U.S.C. § 794d, including the right to file a civil action for injunctive relief?1
Hanging Up the Harness
by Schulzman Walter Shannon McCann (aka Schulz) My name is Schulzman Walter Shannon McCann, but most people call me Schulz or “Good Boy.” I’m a seven-year-old black lab and for about five years, I was a Seeing Eye dog. So many people think that just because guide dog handlers are blind, we, the dogs, do all of the work. That’s inaccurate. I was an equal partner with my mom. (She named herself that; not all handlers do.) She knew where to go and how to navigate things such as traffic. I got us where we needed to be, safely. It took both of us working in tandem to be a successful team. We trained at the Seeing Eye which is a guide-dog-training school. There are many schools around the world. There are also programs designed by handlers who train their own dogs.