The National Federation of the Blind distributes many different magazines, newspapers, newsletters, speeches, reports, books, and other pieces of literature to inform the public (blind and sighted) about the true nature of blindness and about issues of interest to the blind.
The leading publication of the National Federation of the Blind (NFB), this magazine is published eleven times a year and covers blindness-related events, activities, and issues.
JBIR is the first scholarly journal created by blind people designed to address the real problems of blindness. An open-access, online-only publication, JBIR is international in scope and interdisciplinary. Its reports, reviews, and opinion pieces broaden and deepen our understanding of the best practices for increasing the independence, self-respect, self-determination, and potential of the blind.
The Web log, or blog, of the National Federation of the Blind features news and commentary on issues affecting the blind.
This quarterly magazine (published by the American Action Fund for Blind Children and Adults in partnership with the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children) offers parents and teachers a multitude of resources and information based on the positive NFB philosophy.
This influential series of booklets is made up of inspirational stories written by blind people about themselves.
Discover key NFB speeches delivered by our esteemed leaders Jacobus tenBroek, Kenneth Jernigan, and Marc Maurer. Included in this section are national convention banquet speeches, presidential reports, resolutions, and President Maurer's presidential releases.
Topics covered by NFB literature include Braille, discrimination, education, seniors, low vision, parents, students, technology, and more! In addition, you'll find Information Packets full of valuable articles, books, resource lists, brochures, and forms. All of these items are available to order, and many are immediately available online!
We are building a comprehensive page of all of our audio and video available on the Internet. Come see our most recent additions!
Our publications are just one way
the National Federation of the Blind is changing what it means to be blind!
For more information about blindness, please contact the Jacobus tenBroek Library of the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan Institute at 410-659-9314 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.