National Federation of the Blind Tennessee
The purpose of the National Federation of the Blind Tennessee is to assist all blind Tennesseans to live and work as equal participants of society. We aim to reap the full benefits promised to us by the Declaration of Independence, “Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness”.
As a team, the mission of the National Federation of the Blind Tennessee is to do whatever we can to spread our positive blindness philosophy while also teaching people the truth about blindness. We will show through hope, love and our own personal examples that blindness is not the characteristic that defines our future because with proper training and equal opportunity, blind people can transform their dreams into reality. Please join us in helping to change what it means to be blind in the great state of Tennessee.
News from the Affiliate
Baltimore, Maryland (January 22, 2018): Mark A. Riccobono, President of the National Federation of the Blind, has received one of the inaugural Autos2050SM awards. The awards are being presented by the Auto Alliance and the Alliance for Transportation Innovation....read more
The National Federation of the Blind has created a rideshare testing program to measure Lyft and Uber’s efforts to eliminate driver discrimination against riders with guide dogs or service animals. Recent agreements with these two major ridesharing companies require...read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact Information: James Brown, President National Federation of the Blind Tennessee 615.412.9632 firstname.lastname@example.org National Federation of the Blind of Tennessee Comments on the SAVE Act Nashville, Tennessee (March 21, 2017): The...read more
As noted in the letter below, this summer I was asked to review some technology by our national president. At the time I thought the technology was tremendous but far too pricy for the average blind person. The concept involves wearing Google Glass, which resembles...read more
News from our Chapters
Check out the agenda for our upcoming meeting April 21st!read more
Nashville Chapter elections are almost here. Chapter president James Boehm has a message to members of the Nashville Chapter attending this special meeting on April 21st.read more
Information on the MTA Access On Demand pilot program currently running in Nashville. Check it out if you need affordable same day transport in the Nashville area.read more
Check out the Nashville Chapter’s March meeting agenda!read more
Join the Federation!
Any individual who is blind, or any individual who wants to further the pursuits of the blind in Tennessee, is encouraged to join the NFB of Tennessee by becoming a member of one of our local chapters or divisions, or filling out our At Large Membership Form by clicking the button below.