Ruderman’s dual challenge

The prominent philanthropist talks about improving ties between US Jews and Israel, and advancing the rights of people with disabilities.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
June 13, 2019 16:30
Ruderman’s dual challenge

Ruderman speaking at Northeastern University. (photo credit: ERIC HAYNES)

 
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Jay Ruderman, president of the Ruderman Family Foundation with offices in Boston, New York and Israel, believes that “inclusion and understanding of all people is essential to a fair and flourishing community.” The foundation works to advance the inclusion of people with disabilities at all levels of society, and to strengthen the relationship between Israel and the American Jewish community.

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