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Helen Keller 1880–1968 A childhood disease left her deaf, mute, and blind. Helen Keller became an expert author and lecturer, educating nationally on behalf of others with similar disabilities.

Noted Deaf and Blind Ldr. Helen Keller Wearing Hat

Helen Keller 1880-1960 For overcoming her deaf & blindness and becoming an Author, an Activist and a Humanitarian.

April 5th 1887: Helen Keller’s ‘miracle’ breakthrough On this day in 1887 the deaf-blind Helen Keller aged 7 recognised the word ‘water’. Keller was left deaf and blind from an illness when she was 19 months old. Her parents sought someone to educate her, going to notable figures like Alexander Graham Bell, and eventually settling with the young Anne Sullivan (‘The Miracle Worker’) in 1887. Sullivan taught Helen to communicate by spelling words into her hand. Her breakthrough on April 5th…

Holocaust Remembrance Week

Holocaust Remembrance Day - Resources for teaching about the Holocaust. Surviving to Thriving blog http://survivingtothriving.wordpress.com/2012/04/11/april-19-is-holocaust-remembrance-day/#

Anne Frank, the Diary and the Secret Annex. The most complete and current information with unique photos and film images.

Anne Frank, a very brave young girl with a great big heart who wrote down her life and feelings in her diary that changed people's lives when they read it.