Why is braille important?
Braille is important in many ways, but it revolves around one main point. It was a language created for the blind, to help them, and let them know what is going on. Especially that Helen Keller was able to talk with it, but that's not really the main thing. Louis Braille created braille to help all the blind people in the world, not just Helen Keller. And we want people to be able to communicate, or else they will be like animals to us, helpless. That is why braille is important, to help the blind be able to understand and communicate.