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White Cane Day at Capitol challenges assumptions about blind (access required)

Tapping white canes and carrying signs reading “white cane = competent traveler,” more than 100 blind people and their advocates stormed the Capitol on October 19 to protest assumptions about, and state practices regarding, the blind.

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