Nov 11 2007
These are the words of the great rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel.
Like his spiritual forefather, Shulman has concluded that he can no longer speak about God and remain silent on Iraq, as well as many of the other pressing and important issues of our times.
To learn more about Dr. Shulman, who is also a practicing psychologist, check out this recent New York Sun profile: Shulman Aims To Be First Blind Rabbi in Congress
Nov 02 2007
Dennis Shulman, the progressive blind rabbi and psychologist looking to unseat Scott Garrett (R) in NJ-5 this 2008, will join Howie Klein for an open conversation at FDL this Saturday, November 3, at 2:00 PM Eastern.
Listen and join in the conversation to learn more about this extraordinary man and his truly unorthodox campaign.
Oct 12 2007
Here is Dennis Shulman’s story about living as a blind man in a sighted world.
It’s a moving and honest account of his struggle to not only live with but transcend his disability.
And it’s about how and why his disability is leading him to the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives in 2009.
To learn more about Dennis check out Shulman for Congress.
Sep 27 2007
I’ve heard it said that the ideal political candidate is the individual who neither wants nor needs to hold public office. Instead, the ideal candidate is the individual who serves simply because he or she feels a civic and moral responsibility to do so.
This individual is Dennis Shulman, a Democrat running for New Jersey’s fifth congressional district seat in the United States House of Representatives.
So, who exactly is this ideal candidate? As a longtime student in Dennis’s classes and congregant at his services, I believe I’m in a unique position to answer this question.