As an infant, Helen Keller was struck by a fever that left her deaf and blind. But with the guidance of her teacher Anne Sullivan, she learned to communicate through the eyes and ears of others. After graduating from Radcliffe College, Keller became a renowned author, activist and lecturer.
Helen Keller; read by the author; Jay Allison and Dan Gediman, eds.
Helen Keller discusses her vision of faith and how it gives her hope for the future of mankind, in this essay originally aired in the 1950s