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National Federation of the Blind of Arkansas 2022 STATE CONVENTION

March 31 through April 2, 2022

Register and make a difference in the lives of blind Arkansans!

The National Federation of the Blind of Arkansas is proud to announce our 2022 State Convention!Please stay tuned in regards to the location of this year's convention. Please save the dates of Thursday, March 31, Friday, April 1, and Saturday, April 2.

Note: The agenda will be finalized and distributed and posted on the state website in mid to late February. Yes, the agenda will be available on NEWSLINE® too!

Here is your chance to participate and learn more about the NFB’s programs and goals on the state and national level. Hear from the NFB national representative. Also, hear from speakers on topics of national and state importance, membership, seniors, technology Braille, students, and parents’ concerns, meet the scholarship class of 2021 and much more!

Mark your calendars and make every effort to attend the 2022 state convention of the NFB of Arkansas. Get Involved. Make a Difference! Please share with others, everyone is welcome!

State Convention Donations

To make a donation via a credit or debit card, click on the link below:

To donate by check or money order, please make your check payable to NFBAR and mail to:
National Federation of the Blind of Arkansas
1602 SW Thorton Street
Bentonville, AR 72713

In the memo field, please write state convention donation.

Code of Conduct

As an attendee at our convention, you not only represent yourself but also represent our greater organization. We want you to enjoy our time together and to make new friends and renew old acquaintances. Although we encourage members to socialize and have fun, the convention also provides a valuable opportunity to come together to continue the work of our organization, to learn about the important initiatives that we are involved with on local and national levels, and to plan our work for the future.

The National Federation of the Blind seeks to provide a convention environment in which diverse participants, including members, speakers, exhibitors, staff, and volunteers, may learn, network, and enjoy the company of friends and colleagues in an environment of mutual respect and professionalism. We recognize a shared responsibility to create and uphold that atmosphere for the benefit of all. Some behaviors are therefore specifically prohibited:

  • harassment or intimidation based on race, religion, ethnicity, language, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, physical appearance, or other group identity
  • harassment or intimidation, including unwelcome sexual attention, stalking (physical or virtual), or unsolicited physical contact
  • public drunkenness and associated behaviors (e.g., belligerence, yelling, hostility, destruction of property)

Participants are expected to abide by these rules and behaviors in all convention venues, including online arenas, social media, and social events. Participants who are asked to stop a behavior that the recipient considers hostile or harassing are expected to comply immediately. We are committed to diversity, equity, and the free expression of ideas. Please visit for more information.

Additional Information

Additional information will be posted as soon as it becomes available. Check back often. For more information, please contact us at 479-435-8348 or

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