Let’s face it, most of us take our vision for granted. Even if we have to wear glasses or contacts, we just look at the world and see things.
But what if you were born without that ability? What would life be like as a blind person?
Poet and professor Stephen Kuusisto was born in 1955, and has essentially been blind since birth. And he has become one of the country’s leading advocates for the blind and visually disabled community.
I met him in 1998 when he wrote his memoir, a book called Planet of The Blind.
So here now, from 1998, Stephen Kuusisto.
Stephen Kuusisto is 68 now, and still a strong advocate for those with visual disabilities.