Find yourself improving your community’s inclusivity and awareness with a free webinar by Rabbi Lauren Tuchman. As part of the education of all and the celebration of those differently abled, during Jewish Disability Month, we want to welcome everyone to learn from Rabbi Lauren Tuchman. The first blind woman to enter the rabbinate, Rabbi Tuchman is clearly a trailblazer—creating opportunities for herself and leading the way for so many others.
Through this informative, free webinar, she’ll offer us the opportunity to broaden our knowledge and expand our inclusivity and awareness in the digital space, leading the way to a much greater sense of inclusion for our community and beyond. When we bring our neighbors in, making sure they’re taken care of, we’re one step closer to repairing the world.
Please contact Dana at DanaBaror@cjp.org with any questions.
Rabbi Lauren Tuchman is a sought-after speaker, spiritual leader, and educator. Ordained by The Jewish Theological Seminary in 2018, she is, as far as she is aware, the first blind woman in the world to enter the rabbinate. She provides consulting to individuals and organizations across the Jewish community on a variety of matters pertinent to disability access and inclusion. She has taught in numerous synagogues and other organizations across North America. She was named to the Jewish Week’s 36 under 36 for her innovative leadership concerning inclusion of Jews with disabilities in all aspects of Jewish life. In 2017, she delivered an ELI Talk entitled, “We All Were at Sinai: The Transformative Power of Inclusive Torah.”+ More... - Less...
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