Volume XXXIX January 2001 No. 7
Published By The American Council of the Blind
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© 2001 American Council of the Blind
Paul Edwards, President
Charles H. Crawford, Executive Director
Penny Reeder, Editor
Sharon Lovering, Editorial Assistant
Table of Contents
- President's Message: Will the Real New Millennium Please Rise?, by Paul Edwards
- Executive Director's Report: Rehabilitation Revisited?, by Charles H. Crawford
- Talking ATMs in Florida!, by Lainey Feingold
- GCIB Supports Minimum Wage, by Michael Byington
- Tips from the Trenches, by Melanie Brunson
- Convention 2000 Awards, by Sharon Lovering
- Reflect on the Good Times, Nominate Someone for an Award!
- ACB Seeks 2001 Summer Intern, by Terry Pacheco
- Internship Opportunities on the Hill
- Durward K. McDaniel Committee Offers Two the Chance to Come to the ACB Convention, On Us!, by M.J. Schmitt
- Affiliate News
- Come, Step Into Amana: A World of Its Own, by Jerry Annunzio
- Louisville's Free Public Library Welcomes Blind and Visually Impaired Patrons, by Daveed Mandell
- Innovative Speech-Assisted Learning System Brings Computer Aided Instruction to Braille Readers, by Penny Reeder
- Report of Research Results, by John J. Frank
- Beware of the New "Dot Cons!"
- ADA Transportation Rights and Responsibilities, by Jesus Garcia
- HHS Announces New Health Care Initiatives
- Here and There, by Billie Jean Keith
- High Tech Swap Shop
- The 12-Step Internet Recovery Program
All photos in this issue copyright 2000 by Ken Nichols.
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