Haben: The Deafblind Woman Who Conquered Harvard Law by Haben Girma
“This autobiography by a millennial Helen Keller teems with grace and grit.” — O Magazine
“A profoundly important memoir.” — The Times
** As featured in The Wall Street Journal, People, and on The TODAY Show ** A New York Times “New & Noteworthy” Pick ** An O Magazine “Book of the Month” Pick ** A Publishers Weekly Bestseller **
The incredible life story of Haben Girma, the first Deafblind graduate of Harvard Law School, and her amazing journey from isolation to the world stage.
Haben grew up spending summers with her family in the enchanting Eritrean city of Asmara. There, she discovered courage as she faced off against a bull she couldn’t see, and found in herself an abiding strength as she absorbed her parents’ harrowing experiences during Eritrea’s thirty-year war with Ethiopia. Their refugee story inspired her to embark on a quest for knowledge, traveling the world in search of the secret to belonging. She explored numerous fascinating places, including Mali, where she helped build a school under the scorching Saharan sun. Her many adventures over the years range from the hair-raising to the hilarious.
Category: People with Disabilities Social Activists Women
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