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“Blessed is God, Ruler of the Universe, who created people with disabilities in Your image. / Blessed is God, who cherishes disabled lives and desires that they flourish and thrive.”
a whte-skinned woman sits in a wheelcahr and fold her hands in prayer
“May we never forget that we are all connected, historically, relationally, energetically, and that harm to one is harm to all.”
the sun is setting in an orange sky with purple sky on top of the orange. Wildflowers appear in the forefront of the sunset.
“May we be liberated by the expanse of our gifts”
person standing in silhouette at the shore against a bright pink and red sky
“May this ramp serve as a conduit of Torah / Honoring the dignity of each member of our community”
Blessing for the Installation of a Ramp to the Bimah
Jewish Disability Awareness & Inclusion Month (JDAIM) Lesson Plans (2019)

A blessing over the tallit for Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month

We are Not the Fringes

Lesson plans for grades Pre-K through 7th grade and teens

Jewish Disability Awareness & Inclusion Month (JDAIM) Lesson Plans (2017–18)

A Tu Bi’Shevat seder that honors and acknowledges people with disabilities

A Tu B’shvat Seder for Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion Month

Learn the traditional blessing before the Torah reading in American Sign Language

woman sings and man signs torah blessings

Learn the Shema prayer in American Sign Language and Hebrew

Shema Prayer: American Sign Language and Hebrew

The Reconstructionist Network

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