In the late nineteenth century a little girl struggled out of the depths of fear. At the age of two, Helen experienced a life threatening illness. She was plunged into a dark, silent world. For several years it seemed as though Helen’s life would never improve. Anne Sullivan, a determined young teacher, would find the key to unlock Helen’s prison. Through Anne’s diligence and perseverance, Helen would become a world renowned speaker and advocate for the disabled. This inspirational program begins in Helen’s own voice, quoting excerpts from the 1925 “Knights of the Blind” speech.