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Fred Friedman

Rabbi

Jewish Deaf Congress Inc

HQ Phone:  (410) 358-7060

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Jewish Deaf Congress Inc

6108 Gist Ave

Baltimore, Maryland,21215

United States

Company Description

The Jewish Deaf Congress, Inc., today is a vibrant organization, serving persons who are Jewish and Deaf primarily in North America. Our mission is to provide religious, cultural, and educational experiences. Our people include those who became deaf before acq...more

Background Information

Affiliations

Jewish Deaf Multimedia

Rabbi, Rabbinical Advisor, Rabbinical Advisor - Jewish Deaf Multimedia


JDMM

Rabbinical Advisor


Education

Gallaudet University


Temple


BA

Political Science


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Jewish Deaf Congress, Inc

www.jewishdeafcongress.org [cached]

Rabbi Fred Friedman    rabbifred@jewishdeafcongress.org


January/February 1999 Issue - Jewish Deaf Community Center

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Rabbi Fred Friedman, a well-known deaf Rabbi who has served as Convention Rabbi for Jewish Deaf Congress in 1990 in Brooklyn, NY; for World Organization for the Deaf in Paris, France, 1992 and in London, England in 1995, explains that "We have worked on this project for few months and can now finally offer an unique program with new and exciting experiences for young Jewish Deaf people between 21-30.
Now in its 20th year, Livnot U'Lehibanot combines scenic hikes, tours and study programs for young adults ages 21-30. No knowledge of Hebrew or level of religious observance is required. Participants will spend time at both the Jerusalem and Tzfat (Sated in English) campuses. Interpreters will accompany the group for all hikes, classes, community service projects and other activities. For information about the Livnot experience, visit their website at http://www.livnot.org.il or e-mail Rabbi Friedman at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.


Jewish Deaf Community Center

www.jdcc.org [cached]

Rabbi Fred Friedman, a well-known deaf Rabbi who has served as Convention Rabbi for Jewish Deaf Congress in 1990 in Brooklyn, NY; for World Organization for the Deaf in Paris, France, 1992 and in London, England in 1995, explains that "We have worked on this project for few months and can now finally offer an unique program with new and exciting experiences for young Jewish Deaf people between 21-30.
Now in its 20th year, Livnot U'Lehibanot combines scenic hikes, tours and study programs for young adults ages 21-30. No knowledge of Hebrew or level of religious observance is required. Participants will spend time at both the Jerusalem and Tzfat (Sated in English) campuses. Interpreters will accompany the group for all hikes, classes, community service projects and other activities. For information about the Livnot experience, visit their website at http://www.livnot.org.il or e-mail Rabbi Friedman at . Financial assistance is available through nearly twenty communities in North America and efforts are being made to arrange partial scholarships to qualified applicants through various sources.


jewishdeafcongress.org

Rabbi Fred Friedman led the candelighting ceremony at the Hall of Remembrance.


Welcome to DeafToday news.

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Rabbi Fred Friedman ( a well-known deaf Rabbi who has served as Convention Rabbi for Jewish Deaf Congress in 1990 in Seacaus , NJ ; for World Organization of the Jewish Deaf in Paris , France and in London , England , 1992 and 1995 respectively ) is serving as the liason and special advisor to the program.If you are interested in additional information about this program , please be in contact with him at email : ffri@loc.gov.Financial assistance to attend Livnot programs is available in nearly twenty communities throughout North_America , and efforts are being made to arrange partial scholarships to qualified applicants through various sources.In mid-January complete information on the program schedule and financial arrangements will be available.


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