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In Memoriam: Dr. Abraham Nemeth

Turning a Page for the Blind, by  Marjorie Ingall
Tablet, April 23, 2013

Who Opens The Eyes Of The Blind? Rabbi Marci N. Bellows
The Jewish Week Online, October 19, 2012

Hear O Israel, by Maron L. Waxman
Jewish Book World, Spring, 2010

Enriching the Lives of the Visually Impaired,
Mann About Town, April, 2010

Braille Institute Helps People Keep Reading, by Marcella McCarthy
The Miami Herald, December 16, 2009

Eyes On An Elusive Prize, by Sharon Udasin
The Jewish Week, January 2, 2009

Book Smart, by Nancy Kleinbaum
Lifestyles Magazine, New Year, 2009

Big Town Big Dream, by Heather Robinson
New York Daily News, December 17, 2008

Piercing the Darkness, by Francine Klagsbrun
The Jewish Week, December 12, 2008

Celebrating 77 Year of Service to the Visually Impaired,
Mann About Town, November, 2008

JBI International Hosts “80 & 8” Celebration at the Harmonie Club,
Mann About Town, November, 2008

NYer Of the Week: Volunteer "Reads" Books For the Blind, by Rebecca Spitz
NY1, September 27, 2008

JBI rang The Opening Bell™ of the New York Stock Exchange on May 21, 2008, promoting awareness for the organization and celebrating eight decades of service to the blind and visually impaired