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Blindfolding Is Not The Way To Educate The Public About Blindness And Blind People

As a blind person and the President of the National Federation of the Blind, a recent campaign by another organization got me thinking about the lives of blind people today and what they might be in the future. Should we invest in improving the lives of blind people living today or focus only on planning for those who might live in the future? I believe that we can, and should, do both.
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