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Helen de Keller

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United States

An American writer and teacher who was blind and deaf. His education and training accomplish something different than education for people living with this disability. Keller suffered from a mental disorder at 19 months of age (possibly a red fever) that left him blind and deaf. Se was examined by Alexander Graham Bell at the age of 6. As a result, he sent her to 20-year-old teacher Anne Sullivan (Macy) to the Perkins Institution for the Blind in Boston, Bell's son in law enforcement. Sullivan, an excellent teacher, lived with Keller from March 1887 until his death in October 1936. Se has authored her life in several books, including The Story of My Life (1903), Optimism (1903), The World I Live In (1908), My Religion (1927), Helen Keller's journal (1938), and The Open Door ( 1957). In 1913 he began contributing lectures (with the help of an interpreter), primarily on behalf of the American Foundation for the Blind, where he later established a $ 2 million scholarship fund, and his teaching tours took him many times around the world. He also cemented the American Civil Liberties Union and American civil rights activist Roger Nash Baldwin and others in 1920. His efforts to improve the treatment of the deaf and the blind contributed to removing the disabled from shelters. He also encouraged the organizing of commissions in 30 countries in 1937.

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