Dana Barber: A personal journey with blindness
“… it’s okay not to be able to see. It’s not a severe disability. It’s a severe annoyance. But you have to overcome that, and you have to adjust to it. Because it’s not fun and it’s not easy, but if I can do that, anybody can. I promise you.’“
Dana Barber, who was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa at 5, details her experiences as a person who is blind.
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