Poll: American Jews with disabilities excluded by community
Results show that most people with disabilities opt out of Jewish life after feeling alienated by day schools, camps and synagogues.
The first-ever survey of the American Jewish community on the issue of disabilities has found that the disabled are dramatically underrepresented among those engaged in Jewish life. The results indicated that most people with disabilities opt out of Jewish life, after feeling alienated by Jewish organizations like day schools, camps and synagogues, said Jennifer Mizrahi, CEO and president...
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