We here at the New Normal are very excited to say that tonight will be hosting Eustacia Cutler, Susan Nussbaum and Dr. Nancy Crown at "Understanding Difference," a public discussion about disability and inclusion.
The event will start tonight, at 7:30 p.m., and we would love to see you there.
Eustacia Cutler is the mother of animal behaviorist and bestselling author and autism activist Temple Grandin; Susan Nussbaum is a disability rights activist, playwright and novelist and Dr. Nancy Crown is a clinical psychologist and mother of an adult on the autism spectrum who co-founded and co-chairs Congregation Rodeph Shalom's Special Needs Committee.
We here at the New Normal: Blogging Disability, believe fervently in the power of conversation to foster a community that includes all of us.
We'll also be "live Tweeting" the event using the hashtag #UnderDiff, so if you follow Twitter and can't make it to the event, please join us virtually.
The evening is a joint project of the Jewish Week and the Ruderman Family Foundation, supported by UJA Federation of New York and co-sponsored by Congregation Rodeph Sholom.
Attached is a flyer with more details. I hope to see you and your friends, colleagues and family there.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions by commenting here or through Facebook or our Twitter feed.
Helen Chernikoff is the Jewish Week's web editor and the editor of the New Normal.
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