In her new book, Rabbi Julia Watts Belser, a disability activist and scholar, takes a ‘revelatory and revolutionary’ look at everything from the story of Moses to the value of Shabbat
A roundtable discussion with Jews with disabilities about physical barriers, attitude adjustment, and how to be more welcoming as a community
Writing about the disabled is a chance for celebration, not a story of victimhood or a political program
A British judge is forcing a disabled woman to have an abortion. As the son of a disabled woman, I can tell you: The decision is evil.
The recognition will allow Krembo Wings to share its model with groups around the world and to advocate globally for integrating kids with or without special needs
Jewish organizations are at the forefront of the battle for greater inclusion of people with disabilities, particularly in the performing arts
Becoming disabled made me question everything I thought I knew about Judaism. Then it brought me back to the religion in a way I’d never thought possible.
All our children deserve love, joy, and a Jewish education
The Federations aim to make the Jewish tent bigger
How the Orthodox community can do more