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ASL-Interpreted Shabbat Morning Service, Manhattan

Manhattan’s T&V Synagogue host a sign-language-interpreted Shabbat Morning Service.

Saturday, January 15
10:00a to 12:30p
Town & Village Conservative Synagogue, 334 E. 14th Street,
Manhattan, NY

Price: Free
Phone: (212) 677-0368
Age Suitability: All Ages

Naomi Brunnlehrman & Jessica Ames will be interpreting.  Please note: Pen, paper, cell phones can't be used.

For more information, please contact Bram Weiser at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (212) 677-0368 voice.

Interpreted Tours at Jewish Museum - NY

JewishMuseumRegularly scheduled sign interpreted tours of special exhibitions are offered on the second Monday and third Thursday of every month. These 45 minute tours are led by a Jewish Museum docent who is accompanied by a certified sign language interpreter for the deaf. Advance registration required at least 1 week in advance.

Please note that all Access tours and programs are free of charge, but require advance registration, Contact the Scheduling and Access Coordinator at 212.423.3225, TTY 212.660.1515 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Space is limited.

Address/Contact Information:
1109 5th Avenue @ 92nd Street
New York, New York

Voice: (212) 423-3225
TTY: (212) 660-1515
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Webpage: www.jewishmuseum.org

Directions: http://www.thejewishmuseum.org/directions

Accessibility/Additional Information: http://www.thejewishmuseum.org/accessprograms

Tours are one-hour.  Interpreted tours are free with museum admission. ALD's are available.

Source: https://handson.org/node/1151

Deaf and Jewish

DeafNewsTodayAn estimated 50,000 deaf Jews live in the US, according to advocacy groups for the Jewish deaf. There are only a handful of synagogues for the deaf and half a dozen deaf rabbis.

Source: http://deafnewstoday.blogspot.com/2010/12/deaf-and-jewish.html

JDMM Video says we are all equally important

ParshasVaeiraIn the latest parshas vaeira video from Jewish Deaf Multimedia (JDMM), signer Joshua Soudakoff says "We are all born with different traits and abilities, and we all play different roles in this world. Despite our differences, it is important to remember that we are all equally important.

"How is this lesson learned from Moses and Aaron in this week's parsha?"

Parshas Vaeira video - http://www.jewishdeafmm.org/parshas-vaeira

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