The National Federation of the Blind
of Connecticut
The Federationist
In Connecticut

"The Blind Speaking for Themselves"
Chris Kuell, Editor

Fall/Winter 2008

A publication of the National Federation of the Blind of Connecticut

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Table of Contents
NFB White Cane Initiative

VHS Described Movies Comes To An End

In Memoriam

Legally Blind Man Bowls Perfect Game

Is This $1 or $100

A Painful Lesson

Articles Needed!

Isaac Lidsky to Become First Blind Supreme Court Law Clerk

Did You Hear That?

A Lighter Touch

Discrimination On Ice


She Was Determined To Let The Blind Touch The Stars

2008 NFB of CT Scholarship Winners

The Indignity of Blindness

NFB of CT Chapter Meetings


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Updated December 15, 2008