For almost four years and 360+ posts, Zeh Lezeh has been our blog’s home. We have heard from experts, educators, community leaders, parents, siblings, philanthropists and members of our community. The blog has grown and become a place where we can discuss inclusion and how to move our society forward.
But alas, it’s time for this part of the journey to come to an end.
Starting tomorrow (Thursday March 12), the blog will move to its permanent home on our foundation’s website and Zeh Lezeh will be shutting its doors.
For our subscribers, you will continue to receive an email when a new post is published (usually on Tuesdays and Thursdays). The email will come from “Ruderman Family Foundation” and the subject line will be the title of the blog post. The email will appear in your Inbox around 8am EST. If you do not receive the email, please check your Spam folder and mark the email as “not spam.”
The email itself will look a little different than what you have been receiving until now. We encourage you to open, click and read.
So as we bid a fond farewell to Zeh Lezeh, Dear Reader, we look forward to continuing the conversation in a new place. Thank you for subscribing, reading and commenting. We enjoy receiving your feedback and are always happy to hear from you.