What do you know about Helen Keller?
Many of us have grown up knowing the story of how Annie Sullivan taught Helen to sign her first word, "water" by the family's water pump.
Braille and signing, first through college.
Always writing, never slowing.Essays, books, and stories flowing.
Discrimination, heartbreak, grieving.Never gave up, kept believing.
She traveled to five of the seven continents as a humanitarian and peacemaker. After the World Wars, she visited wounded soldiers and damaged cities to help foster goodwill and healing. She gave speeches in packed amphitheaters and met with world leaders as well as everyday struggling people.
Helen was a changemaker.
Fought for those with deafness, blindness.Laws, employment, schools--and kindness.