Scholarships and Awards
The American Council of the Blind of Texas (ACBT) awards scholarships and presents other awards during its annual conferences/conventions. View the ACBT Awards page for a list of the scholarship and award winners for all conferences/conventions.
Constitution and Bylaws
Like many nonprofit organizations, the American Council of the Blind amends its constitution and bylaws during its annual conferences/conventions. View the ACBT Constitution and Bylaws page to download copies of all of the constitutions and bylaws.
Like many nonprofit organizations, the American Council of the Blind of Texas (ACBT) adopts resolutions. View the Resolutions page to download resolutions adopted at all of ACBT Conferences/Conventions.
During some of the ACBT conferences/conventions, photographs were taken. These photographs are placed in photo galleries. Please view the Photo Gallery page for the conference/convention.
ACBT 2021 Conference/Convention Overview
The American Council of the blind held its 43rd annual conference/convention virtually due to the ongoing pandemic. It began with the Preconference board meeting hheld on August 26. various sessions were held on Friday, August 27 and Saturday, August 28. there was also a virtual exhibit hall.
On Saturday evening, ACBT held its banquet and auction. The banquet speaker was David Trott Talladega Alabama. The auction raised $5,000.
The conference/convention concluded with the program and business meeting held on Sunday, August 29.
You can download the conference/convention program and other documents and view the recordings in the Documents and Recordings section below.
Documents and Recordings
ACBT 2021 Conference/Convention Program
The American Council of the Blind of Texas (ACBT) 2021 conference/convention program contains the Conference/convention schedule, advertisements and other information about ACBT. You can download it here.
This section contains documents and recordings for the American Council of the Blind (ACBT) conference/convention sessions.
This section contains virtual exhibits. Since they are short, you can listen to them here.
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