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ACB of Indiana Reaches 50-Year Milestone

By Deanna Austin (information obtained from Don Koors) In July of 1961 the American Council of the Blind National Organization was formed. In the fall of 1971, it became apparent that Indiana needed to establish a state affiliate. Thanks to the Indianapolis Star Fund for the Blind, a mailing was sent to 8,000 legally blind Hoosiers inviting them to attend an in-person meeting at the Atkinson Hotel in downtown Indianapolis.…

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Indianapolis Runner in Tokyo Paralympics

The Tokyo Paralympics began Tuesday august 24, and there’s a local runner from Indianapolis competing in the games. Noah Malone, 19, is one of the few legally blind Division 1 track athletes in the country. “It’s an unreal experience so far,” Malone said. “It’s so cool seeing a different culture like this.” Malone arrived in Tokyo a few weeks ago to begin training for the 2020 Paralympics. “Such a unique…

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Listen to ACB Media on Computer, iPhone or Via Alexa Skill, formerly ACB Radio

Below are steps to listen to the new ten ACB Media ststations on your Amazon Echo device, formerly ACB Radio. Or visit ACB Media page: Listen to ACB Media stations with your computer or smart phone If you are having issues launching the new ACB Media skill on your Alexa device, follow these steps: Approach each of your Alexa devices and issue this command: “Alexa, Delete Everything I’ve Ever Said…

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