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On a Mission to Advocate for the Visually Impaired
The exterior of Langdell Hall, Harvard Law SchoolJameyanne Fuller has always been visually impaired. She has always had a “can-do” attitude and has always made life work on her own terms. After experiencing discrimination and a lack of awareness in the general public, she decided to take on the challenge. She is attending Harvard Law School to become a disability rights lawyer in order to effectively advocate for herself and others living with a disability. Read more about her accomplishments and the drive to succeed at Harvard in this article.

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Blind 25-Year-Old Starting Harvard Law School to Make a Difference for Others: 'I Had to Advocate for Myself Every Day'

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