Exclusion: The Law in Their Pockets — Braille Works

Most of us remember running errands with our parents when we were kids. I have these memories as well, but probably for a different reason. My parents are both blind and, in the 1970s and 1980s, some people had a mindset that supported exclusion over inclusion.

On more than one occasion I recall having a manager or owner of a business pointing toward the door telling my…