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Sunday, December 2 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Moses's disABILITY ~ What Moses Can Teach Us About Creating Fully Inclusive Communities

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The Torah describes Moses as having a "heavy tongue" or being "slow of speech." Where some commentators saw a deficiency, others found a unique talent. Learn how our greatest teacher and leader was different and what he can teach us about creating open and welcoming communities.


Speakers
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Shayna Fel

Shayna Fel, LCSW, is coordinator of the Autism Spectrum Care Coordination and Coaching program at Jewish Family & Childrens Service.  A graduate of BU School of Education and Hunter College School of Social Work, Shayna has been an advocate for the special needs population through her work with the National Ramah Camping Movement, Yachad and AHRC.
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Michael Fel

Rabbi Michael Mauricio Fel is Assistant Rabbi of Temple Emunah in Lexington. He received his ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary where he was a Schusterman Rabbinic Fellow and earned a Master's Degree in Midrash. Michael loves integrating technology with Judaism and teaches Torah to over 650 people on Twitter through TheTweetedTorah.


Sunday December 2, 2012 11:30am - 12:30pm
CR 16

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