Bison Have Inclusive Instincts

  This summer, my family took an eight-hour tour of Yellowstone National Park. We saw flora and fauna, smelled sulfur coming from geysers, got rained on, took many photos and heard more [...]

A Different Look at Noah’s Ark

The following is an excerpt from a stunning sermon written by Rabbi Rachel Ackerman, Director of Education at Temple Shalom in Chevy Chase, Maryland and a participant in the DC Cohort of the [...]

You Had Me At Hello

The following post by Shelley Cohen originally ran on Zeh Lezeh, the blog of the Ruderman Family Foundation. “Hi.” What a significant little word. I have been saying hi to this young woman for [...]

The Bigger Picture

Written by Meredith Polsky, Matan co-founder It has been a challenging week in the world of Jewish Special Education, as news of a blind camper asked to leave Camp Ramah in Canada spread at [...]