Disabilities teach Jews new lessons on love

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CLEVELAND-As Jews begin their celebration of the High Holidays, there is a greater likelihood that fellow Jews with disabilities will be beside them at synagogue services, in schools and at community events. Helping create a more welcoming environment are organizations like SEGULA (Special Education Growth Understanding and Learning Association) and the Egtar program of the […]

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