We at the Blind Access Journal call upon all blind and visually impaired people and those whom care about what happens to us to sign the Google Word Verification Accessibility Petition asking Google to provide an accessible alternative to the visual verification scheme that currently locks us out of participation in all the company’s services. After allowing sufficient time to collect a significant number of signatures, the signed petition will be sent, via certified mail along with a personalized letter, to Dr. Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO. Visual verification without accessibility represents a growing, immediate clear and present danger to the continued ability of the blind and visually impaired to participate in all the Internet has to offer on terms of equality with our sighted peers. Let’s all sign this petition and do all we can to urge Google to make the situation right by following the company’s own mission statement and allowing participation by all.