The Braille Monitor

Vol. 43, No. 4                                                                                     April 2000

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. 43, No. 4                                                                                    April 2000

 

Blindness, Quotas, and the Disadvantages of Civil Rights
by Marc Maurer

When the Doorbell Rings: Changing What It Means to Be a Blind Test-taker
by Doug and Peggy Elliott and Dan Sutherland

NEWSLINE--It Changed My Life!
by Norm Gardner

Walking at a Federation Pace 
by Stephen O. Benson

Lessons for Life
by Leeann Morrow

NFB Testifies on Internet Access and the ADA
by Gary Wunder

One Soggy Step at a Time
by Patty Droppers

But the Others Majored in Music    
by Hazel Staley

An Exciting Opportunity for Job Seekers    
by Jennifer Stevens

Convention Attractions

Roles, Rights, and Responsibilities: NOPBC-Sponsored Convention Activities for Parents and Kids 
by Barbara Cheadle

Vital Convention Information for Guide Dog Users
by Suzanne Whalen

Dialysis at National Convention
by Ed Bryant

Recipes    

Monitor Miniatures 

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President Maurer stands in the quad of New College, Oxford.   

President Maurer stands in the quad of New College, Oxford.        

President Maurer stands on the outside of a fence looking into a grassy area surrounded by college buildings.   

President Maurer stands looking into the New College Quadrangle.