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Radcliffe graduating class of 1902
Radcliffe graduating class of 1902

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Going to Radcliffe College

Keller and Sullivan worked hard at Radcliffe College. Again, Sullivan attended all of Keller's classes and helped with reading since Radcliffe was not prepared for deaf or blind students. Many of the other students had never met a deaf and blind person. At the time, many people believed that people with disabilities, like deafness or blindness, weren't intelligent enough to go to college. Keller helped change people's perceptions about people with disabilities.

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