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Accessibility Takes a Community

Release Date: 
10/31/2019
New York is home to about 1 million people with disabilities, a community that reflects the rich diversity of the City itself. Disabled New Yorkers are students, parents, employees, and retirees; they visit museums, seek healthcare, use immigrant...
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Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Foundation Award 16 Jewish Camps With Grants to Increase Accessibility

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04/01/2019
Sixteen Jewish camps in North America have been awarded grants to increase accessibility for campers and staff with disabilities. The grants are part of the $12 million Yashar Initiative, a program of the Foundation for Jewish Camp funded by The...

Centering Disability Justice

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02/06/2019
Two years ago, the President of the Ford Foundation, Darren Walker, penned a blog entitled, “Ignorance is the enemy within: On the power of our privilege, and the privilege of our power” committing the Ford Foundation to consider the voices and...
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With Support From UJA-Federation Of New York, The Mayor’s Office For People With Disabilities Launches The First Cyber Security Training For People With Disabilities

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10/23/2018
This program uses a train-to-place model that will prepare individuals with disabilities to secure employment in the cyber security industry. It delivers an industry-recognized Cisco certification program through a curriculum adapted to suit various...
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