Helen Keller: A Strong Believer

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Helen Keller
A Strong Believer Strong, brave, and inspiring are three words that people think of when they hear the name Helen Keller. Helen Keller changed the world by being an inspiration to people all around the world. She showed the world that having a disability doesn’t stop you from doing great things. She proved this by becoming part of important organizations, going to college, and spreading her knowledge to the world in talks and lectures. She left a legacy as a strong believer. The early life of Helen Keller was very difficult. Helen’s family was not wealthy when she was young and they earned a living from cotton fields (bio.com). Her life was the same as every other child’s for almost two years (Herrmann, 5), but her
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Although Keller is no longer with us, her legacy still lives on. No one could possibly forget the life of an inspiring, encouraging, and kind woman who changed the world. Keller belonged to many organizations and groups that did so much to help impact our world today. For example, she worked for the American Federation for the Blind for over 40 years (afb.org), helped found the American Civil Liberties Union, and worked with the Permanent Blind War Relief Fund which is now called the American Braille Press (bio.com). Some amazing achievements of Keller are winning an oscar for a documentary about her life called Helen Keller in Her Story, being the first deaf and blind person to earn a college degree, and getting elected to be in the Women’s Hall of Fame. She was an all around caring person, for she had visited hospitals to visit the wounded or blinded during both WW1 and WW2. Helen Keller changed the world for the better and as afb.org said, “Few could have imagined the leading role she would go on to play.”. Helen Keller left an amazing legacy as a strong believer. She truly changed the world by being an inspiration to people everywhere. She showed the world that having a disability doesn’t stop you from doing great things. She proved this by becoming part of important organizations, going to college, and spreading her knowledge to the world in talks and lectures. Perhaps if people were more like Helen Keller then people would accomplish more and be more positive towards their

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