|Historical Figures: Helen Keller|
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In the late nineteenth century a little girl struggled out of the depths of fear. At age of two, Helen experienced a life threatening illness. She was plunged into a dark, silent world. Anne Sullivan, a determined young teacher would find the key to unlock Helen’s prison. Through Anne’s diligence and perseverance, Helen would become a world renowned speaker and advocate for the disabled.
Jessica Michna, Historical Presenter
Wed., Apr. 27, 2p.m., SPCC 219, Free