corey.grandstaff at gmail.com
Tue Oct 8 02:53:50 UTC 2019
I think what was being pointed out is instead of having to order your
braille cards online and taking x number of days to get to your home, if I
was having a party for example and needed uno cards, I can walk down to
Target and buy some right off the shelf.
From: CCCNFBW <cccnfbw-bounces at nfbnet.org> On Behalf Of Vaughn Brown via
Sent: Monday, October 7, 2019 2:08 PM
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Subject: Re: [CCCNFBW] Abbie
I agree. The other day I received an e-mail sensationalizing Braille uno
cards. I was deeply shocked that Braille uno cards was a big deal.
I own several Braille cards and Braille playing cards, accessible chess and
other board games has been around for a very long time.
Someone explain to me why NFB is focusing on accessible games that already
exists when blind people are pennies away from being removed from housing
because of an unpaid rent? Or why NFB seems to be off course while blind
citizens are going to the food bank?
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