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Female Perkins student rides horse while teachers stand by for support

Noa’s story: A Deafblind School student blossoms

Girl smiling while using brailler

Sighted teen finds passion and purpose with Perkins Brailler

A male teacher helping a male student how to read braille at a desk

12 things you probably don’t know about braille

A young person reading braille at a classroom desk. Braille can be a powerful path to literacy for people who are blind or visually impaired.

Four reasons why braille still matters in the age of Alexa and iPhone

Did you know Rihanna is a fan of braille? The cover for her single “FourFiveSeconds” (with Kanye West and Paul McCartney) spells out the song title in braille, and her 2016 album “Anti” features a poem written in braille.

10 (more) things you probably don’t know about braille

Matthew Shifrin, founder of Lego for the Blind, stands smiling in a classroom of young students

The power and possibilities of braille: A community conversation with Matthew Shifrin

A handrail embossed in braille which includes a poetic description of a sweeping view of the Italian City of Napoli

Celebrating World Braille Day

The braille alphabet

How the braille alphabet works

Enock works in the brailler repair shop.

Kenyan teacher finds possibility for a better future in Perkins brailler workshop

Photo of Gordon Legge

Leading low vision researcher talks Perkins Brailler and next frontier of accessibility

Fingers reading braille on paper

Putting braille on the menu

Louis Braille's 1829 book, “Procedure for Writing Words, Music, and Plainsong in Dots,” introduced braille to the world and brought the power of literacy to generations of people who are blind.

Braille’s most famous book