The National Federation of the Blind distributes many different magazines, newspapers,
newsletters, speeches, reports, books, and other pieces of literature to inform
the public (blind and sighted) about the true nature of blindness and about issues
of interest to the blind.
The Student Slate
The Student Slate is the newsletter
of the National Association of Blind Students, (NABS.) It is written by blind students
for blind students of all ages and is packed with information to assist readers
with issues related to their current course of study and to help them plan for future
career successes. It contains articles about what it takes to be a successful blind
student and how to plan, organize,and undertake one's chosen course of study.
The Braille Monitor
The Braille Monitor is the leading
publication of the NFB, this magazine is published eleven times a year and covers
blindness-related events, activities, and issues.
Voice of the Nation's Blind
The Voice of the Nation's Blind
is an online forum to inform members and others about current issues being addressed
by the National Federation of the Blind and what can be done to help.
Future Reflections is a
quarterly magazine (published by the National Organization of Parents of Blind Children) offers parents and teachers
a multitude of resources and information based on the positive NFB philosophy.
Voice of the Diabetic
The Voice of the Diabetic is a quarterly
newspaper (published by the Diabetes Action Network) offers information and inspiration
for diabetics, health professionals, and all those touched by the condition.
Kernel Books is an influential series
of booklets is made up of inspirational stories written by blind people about themselves.
Speeches and Reports
Discover key NFB speeches delivered
by our esteemed leaders Jacobus tenBroek, Kenneth Jernigan, and Marc Maurer. Included
in this section are national convention banquet speeches, presidential reports,
resolutions, and President Maurer’s presidential releases.
Topics covered by NFB literature include
Braille, discrimination, education, seniors, low vision, parents, students, technology,
and more! In addition, you'll find Information Packets full of valuable articles,
books, resource lists, brochures, and forms. All of these items are available to
order, and many are immediately available online!
Audio Video Center
We are building a comprehensive page of all of our audio and video available on the Internet. Come see our most recent additions!
Our publications are just one way
the National Federation of the Blind is changing what it means to be blind!
For more information about blindness, please contact the Jacobus tenBroek Library of the National Federation of the Blind Jernigan
Institute at 410-659-9314 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.