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Sunday, June 14 • 8:30pm - 9:30pm
Undateable or superhuman? Perceptions of disability in Jewish community

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Every day, we’re bombarded with imagery about disabled people in public media. But how is this affecting the Jewish community, and how are Jewish people with disabilities being impacted? Come along to find out about the tropes that enforce prejudice towards disabled people in society, and take part in this crucial conversation about inclusion and whether we're really as accessible as we'd like to think.

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Hannah Brady

Hannah chaired Limmud Festival 2019, and is a women's and disabled empowerment activist/educator. Outside Limmud, Hannah is Global Project Director at eyeforpharma by Reuters Events (pharma's world-leading events company). She recently ran the industry's first ever virtual conferences... Read More →
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Sam Brady

Sam Brady is a PhD student at the University of Glasgow, researching the social, political and technical history of the sports wheelchair. He has researched and published on varied themes around disability and Judaism, and has spoken at synagogues and Limmud events across the UK... Read More →

Sunday June 14, 2020 8:30pm - 9:30pm AEST