MindsEye President and CEO, Jason Frazier, interviews Langford Cunningham. Langford is the Host of Blind City Podcast. From Langford Cunningham’s website (https://www.blindcitythepodcast.com) : “After he lost his eyesight to glaucoma, Langford Cunningham received a vision from God for Blind City. After more than 30 surgeries and falling into a depression, Langford had to lose his…Read More →
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Every year we celebrate our AMAZING volunteers who make our mission possible and recognize a few who’ve stood out throughout the year. In 2020 fashion, this year’s celebration has gone virtual, and we’re excited to share our honorees. Congratulations and a BIG thank you to everyone! Mark Love MindsEye MVP Mark has been a steadfast…Read More →
Jesse White Awards Nearly $340,000 in Radio Information Service Grants Funds Provide Support for Radio Stations for Residents with Print Disabilities Secretary of State and State Librarian Jesse White awarded almost $340,000 in Radio Information Service Grants (RIS). The RIS grants totaling $338,048 support a group of 10 radio stations whose mission is to ensure that…Read More →