Rabbi David Saperstein with Rep. Langevin

Save the Date! Jewish Disability Advocacy Day



UPDATE: Registration is now live! Click here to sign up to attend this annual day of activism and make your voice heard.

Jewish Disability Advocacy Day is a chance for Hill staff and community activists—like you!—to learn about the most pressing issues facing the disability community today and what you can do to take action.

The Jewish Disability Network invites you to

Jewish Disability Advocacy Day

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 on Capitol Hill

Following a light breakfast, the morning will be spent learning from prestigious panelists about the inside scoop on disability rights in Washington. After a preparatory lunch, you will have the chance to meet with your Members of Congress to advocate on these timely issues.

This event—sponsored by the RAC and the Jewish Federations of North America—will take place as part of Jewish Disability Awareness Month, a month-long focus on advocating for disability rights on behalf of Jews of all denominations across North America.

Registration is not yet live for this important day of advocacy on behalf of the disability community, so please email RAC Legislative Assistant Raechel Banks if you would like to be notified as soon as that happens.

If you will be traveling to Washington, DC, from out of town and would like assistance with making arrangements, please contact Allison Redisch or Raechel Banks.

 

Photo courtesy of JFNA

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Raechel Banks

About Raechel Banks

Raechel Banks is an Eisendrath Legislative Assistant. She grew up in Dallas, TX, as a member of Temple Emanu-El. She recently graduated from Brandeis University.

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