The JCC is proud to offer programming throughout the month of February in an effort to bring awareness to and advocate for the inclusion of people with disabilities.
From Inclusive Family Day to the art exhibit at the Zack Gallery to online screenings, we hope that everyone will find a program that resonates with them or sparks their interest. Come join us!
VIRTUAL SCREENING – AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY
5:00pm – 6:30pm (7:00 – 8:30pm Central)
Join JCC Chicago for a virtual screening of the award-winning short documentary “My Disability Roadmap,” about Samuel Habib, a 21-year-old, who wants to date, leave home, go to college. But he drives a 350-pound wheelchair, uses a communication device, and can have a seizure at any moment. Determined to find his path forward, he seeks out guidance from America’s most rebellious disability activists. Click here to register
INCLUSIVE FAMILY DAY
9:00am-12:00pm at the JCC
Special Olympics, Family Games, Art Hive Project. All families welcome!
February 21 – March 24
EXHIBIT IN THE ZACK GALLERY – Community Longing and Belonging
JCC Inclusion Services Fifth Annual Exhibition in Celebration of Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM)
VIRTUAL EVENT – COMEDY
5:00pm (7:00 pm Eastern)
Join the JCC Opening the Doors Program (Detroit) celebration of JDAIM with comedian and disability activist Pamela Rae Schuller. Click here to register
Please stay tuned to our social media platforms for all the news on our current and upcoming programs and events.