[Greater-baltimore] NFB Members Impacted by Baltimore Protests
mauriceperet at gmail.com
Wed Apr 29 12:54:12 UTC 2015
Thanks for your caring message and concern. this has definitely been,
and I imagine will be at least for a short while, a difficult time for
our city and loved ones. Ironic to say that Federal Hill has been
quiet given its reputation for festive gatherings. I share your
concern and hope to be part of rebuilding in whatever creative ways
might present themselves, both our Federation and our community.
Take care and be safe.
On 4/27/15, President, National Federation of the Blind via
Greater-baltimore <greater-baltimore at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Dear Federation Family,
> I hope that everyone is safe in our city this evening. I wanted to send a
> note urging everyone to stay tuned in to changing circumstances. So far I
> have not learned of any NFB members or staff who have been harmed by
> activities in the city. If anyone learns of problems with any of our
> members, please let me know.
> Stay safe,
> Mark Riccobono
> Sent from my iPhone with built in nonvisual access and connectivity to an
> external Braille display. Who says accessibility is hard to do?
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Maurice Peret, NOMCT
National Orientation & Mobility Certified Trainer
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