Just a quick style-book comment on this otherwise excellent article. Instead of referring to someone as "being wheelchair-bound" I encourage everyone to switch to language like "someone who uses a wheelchair" - this is a more positive, active and accurate description. My son, who is 36 and has spina bifida, has used a wheelchair since he became too big for a stroller. His wheelchair enables him to be mobile and independent. It frees him - he is "unbound" thanks to being able to use a wheelchair.
Obama visits Paris attack site, pays tribute to victims (AP)
from the article: Why don’t more of our communities welcome Jews with disabilities?
Center for Women’s Justice files petition to High Court, claiming that ban on women reading from Torah scrolls at Western Wall violates anti-discrimination laws.18:35 29.11.15 | 0 comments