Hana Schank is a writer and website usability consultant. She’s a frequent contributor to the New York Times, and her essays and articles have appeared in the Washington Post, Aeon, BBC Travel, Salon, Glamour, The Atlantic’s website and elsewhere. She is the author of the memoir A More Perfect Union, which was a Barnes and Noble Discover Great New Writers selection, and the Kindle Single The Edge of Normal.
It Isn’t Easy to Read a Book When You’re Blind, But This Rocket Scientist Figured It Out Presented by Project Literacy Turns out, the hardest part was changing minds. #ProjectLiteracy
When Good Eyesight is a Privilege, Learning Suffers Presented by Project Literacy “If you can’t see, you can’t read and you can’t learn.” #ProjectLiteracy