Susan Nussbaum

Candid Talk On Challenges Of Disability

10/29/2013
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Susan Nussbaum, a playwright and novelist confined to a wheelchair for decades, says she doesn’t really think about her disability. Her faith, she told a standing-room-only audience of some 300 people at Congregation Rodeph Sholom on the Upper West Side Monday night, comes from resilience and from “people capable of tremendous love and flexibility and creativity — for me that’s enough.”

At the "Understanding Difference" forum, the Jewish community discussed disability and inclusion. Michael Datikash

Tonight Is The Night!

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.

Susan Nussbaum

'Understanding Difference' Countdown

We posted here earlier about an important upcoming event  -- it's "Understanding Difference," a public discussion about disability in the Jewish community.

Monday, October 28, 7:30 PM

Save The Date, Spread The Word

We want to let you know about an upcoming event that promises to be important and inspiring -- it's "Understanding Difference," a public discussion about disability in the Jewish community.

We'd love to see you at our Oct. 28 event!
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