#FridayForward explores the world of disabilities and the changemakers who are creating a more accessible world.
Accessibility, advocacy and allies in the workplace: A community conversation with Veronica Lewis
Inclusion, access, perseverance: A community conversation with Paralympian Pam McGonigle
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Helen Keller (1880-1968) is one of our most famous deafblind students. With many accomplishments and successes, Helen Keller was an extraordinary advocate for disability rights and inclusion. Learn more about her rich legacy.
Biography and facts about Helen Keller
Doubting Helen Keller: Where we go from here
Q&A: A factual look at Helen Keller’s accomplishments
Helen Keller’s college entrance exams
Patience, Perseverance, and Pluck
Keeping up with the raccoons
The Frost King incident
The Third Musketeer
Helen Keller’s jealous pet monkey and other finds in Perkins’ newest archive collection
A day with Helen Keller: Her happiest moments
Helen Keller documentary illuminates a hidden history
A day with Helen Keller: Her love of reading
Helen Keller, the president whisperer