For blind people, braille opens the door to the universe. Through braille, every subject under the stars can be read and re-read, researched and written about. One of our braille readers, profiled in these Voices of Our Readers, even argues that the stars themselves can be studied and analyzed with the help of the braille code. Braille, like print, functions on the highest intellectual plane and on the most mundane level. For braille, plain and simple, is reading and writing. And reading and writing changes lives.
Also, check out voices of our readers and our founder from the early years of National Braille Press.
|   Timothy Vernon||   Erik Weihenmayer|
|  Marcy Scott||   Juna Gjata|
|   Courtney Stover||   Cindy Rogers|
|   Kent Cullers||