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Helen Keller with a wounded soldier, 1919

Helen was continually drawn to the cause of the underdog. As a pacifist, she protested against the First World War and was one of the early members of the American Civil Liberties Union. In the early 1930s, as America was dealing with the Depression, Helen got on the radio in New York to discuss the needs and rights of the unemployed and the poor.

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Anne Sullivan explains how Helen learned to speak

Helen, Anne, and Anne's husband, John Macy at their home in Wrentham

Polly Thomson, Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller, and Charlie Chaplin, 1918

Photograph of Helen, Anne and Henry Ford, 1920

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