American Masters

Becoming Helen Keller (Extended Audio Description Version)

10/19/2021 | 1h 36m 11s | Video has closed captioning.

Revisit the complex life and legacy of the author, advocate and human rights pioneer. Helen Keller, who was deaf and blind, used her celebrity and wit to champion rights for women, people with disabilities and people living in poverty.

Aired: 10/19/21

Expired: 06/16/22

Rating: TV-PG

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