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Helen Keller the suffragist

Helen Keller was an activist who supported the labor movement and women's right to vote.

Helen Keller the suffragist [Audio Description]

Helen Keller was an activist who supported the labor movement and women's right to vote.

Helen Keller studied socialism

Helen Keller became interested in socialism and demanded equal rights for all.

Helen Keller studied socialism [Audio Description]

Helen Keller became interested in socialism and demanded equal rights for all.

Keller's use of oral communication

Alexander Graham Bell shunned sign language, encouraging Keller to use oral communication.

Keller's use of oral communication [Audio Description]

Alexander Graham Bell shunned sign language, encouraging Keller to use oral communication.

Rapper Warren "Wawa" Snipe on hip-hop in the Deaf community

Rapper Warren "Wawa" Snipe talks about the inspiration for what he calls "Dip-Hop."

Elsa Sjunneson: DeafBlind author—Extended Audio Description

Elsa Sjunneson is a DeafBlind professor, published author, and modern-day Helen Keller.

Elsa Sjunneson: DeafBlind fencer, hiker, published author

Elsa Sjunneson is a DeafBlind professor, published author, and modern-day Helen Keller.

Elsa Sjunneson: DeafBlind author [Audio Description + ASL]

Elsa Sjunneson is a DeafBlind professor, published author, and modern-day Helen Keller.

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