The Braille Monitor

             Vol. 45, No. 9                                                                              November 2002

Barbara Pierce, Editor

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The National Federation of the Blind
Marc Maurer, President

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Contents


         Vol. 44, No. 11                                                                                 November 2002

      

       Frontispiece

       People of the Book Lose the Book and Much More: New
       Leadership and No Vision at Jewish Braille Institute of America
           by Buffa Hanse

       Just Saying No to Reading Braille (Part One)
           by Sheri Wells Jensen

       Blind Kids Lost in the Educational System
           by Caroline Rounds

        Sight Unseen
           by Michael Abrams

        Orientation Centers as Cutting-Edge Empowerment Stations
            by James Omvig

        Freedom For The Blind: A Review
            by Alan Myklebust

        Just Their Dad
            by Chris Kuell

        Open Letter to a Blind Person: Choices That Can Change Your Life
             by Michael Bullis

         From the Technology E-mail Basket
             by Curtis Chong

         Hey, Mom, the Hunter Ed Guy Is Blind
             by Jim Marks

         The 2003 National Federation of the Blind Scholarship Program  
     
         Recipes

         Monitor Miniatures

                                
         Complete Monitor (text only)
         Complete Monitor (text only, zipped) (download)

                      Copyright 2002 National Federation of the Blind