Helen Keller Learning to Speak with Annie Sullivan
Aug 24, 2009 15:18
Helen Keller and her instructor/companion Annie Sullivan explain how the iconic deaf and blind Keller learned to speak in this 1930 Vitaphone newsreel.
Helen Keller has achieved incredible heights in her life as an American author, political activist and lecturer. This video (and the story of her whole life) shows the amazing creating of human communication and the importance of honest companionship:
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