Meet Kim and Mari Blumenthal

If you received the MindsEye spring appeal letter, you got to hear a little of the inspiring story of Kim and Mari Blumenthal. A mother-daughter BeepBall duo, they both play for the Gateway Archers (Mari is a sighted pitcher and catcher.) Thanks to the support of MindsEye donors, they’re able to afford to play together…

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Meet Kim and Mari Blumenthal

Soldiers Memorial Military Museum Audio Description

The Missouri Historical Society partners with MindsEye to increase accessibility for patrons who are blind or visually impaired  The Missouri Historical Society (MHS) and MindsEye have recently partnered to provide audio description for the Soldiers Memorial Military Museum. An audio playlist of 50 tracks visually describes interior and exterior spaces, points of interest, the core exhibits, and general way-finding information for the Museum and…

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Soldiers Memorial Military Museum Audio Description

Interview with Langford Cunningham, Host of “Blind City Podcast”

MindsEye President and CEO, Jason Frazier, interviewed Langford Cunningham. Langford is the Host of Blind City Podcast. From the Blind City Podcast website (https://www.blindcitythepodcast.com/) Blind City Podcast’s mission: To stimulate the heart of the nation by offering hope in a world filled with turmoil. Pumping truth and life into the veins of troubled young men and women…

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Interview with Langford Cunningham, Host of “Blind City Podcast”

Community Engagement with the City of St. Louis’s ADA Transition Plan

The City of St. Louis is in the process of compiling and extending its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan.  The ADA Transition Plan is a planning document required with the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 that will guide the City in increasing accessibility throughout the programs, services, and activities…

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Community Engagement with the City of St. Louis’s ADA Transition Plan

COVID-19 Public Service Announcements

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) created the following public service announcements to inform the public about how to stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic. Listen to this important information by following the links below. To learn more about how the CDC is responding to the coronavirus outbreak, visit their website at https://www.cdc.gov/….

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COVID-19 Public Service Announcements