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National Federation of the Blind press releases

Over One Thousand Blind Americans to March in Dallas

Baltimore, Maryland (June 18, 2008): The National Federation of the Blind (NFB), the oldest and largest organization of the blind in the United States, will hold its second March for Independence on July 2, in Dallas, Texas.  The March for Independence–A Walk for Opportunity is a 5K walk to increase public

National Federation of the Blind and Blind Social Security Beneficiary File Complaint with Social Security Administration

Baltimore, Maryland (August 24, 2009): The National Federation of the Blind, the nation’s oldest and largest organization of blind people and the leading advocate for equal access by the blind to information technology, and Margot Downey, a blind Social Security beneficiary from Buffalo, New York, filed an administrative complaint today with the Social Security Administration (SSA).

Librarian of Congress Says Blind Have Right to Access E-books

Baltimore, Maryland (July 27, 2010): The National Federation of the Blind, the oldest nationwide organization of blind Americans and the leading advocate for access to digital information by the blind, commented today on the renewal of a ruling from the Librarian of Congress that allows the circumvention of digi

Blind and Deafblind Students Set to Take Advanced Placement Tests File Civil Rights Complaint Against College Board

Baltimore, Maryland (May 11, 2020): Five blind high school students and the National Federation of the Blind, the nation’s leading advocate for equal education of the blind, have filed a complaint against the College Board with the United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights (OCR) on behalf of themselves and all other blind and deafblind students who are registered to take the May 2020 advanced placement (AP) tests from the College Board.