Film „Polish Holocaust” zniknął z YT tak szybko jak się pojawił. Można go obejrzeć na CDA: Polish Holocaust – Ruderman Family Foundation
„Inicjatorem” powstania filmu działania jest Jay Ruderman który jest prezesem fundacji Ruderman Family Foundation. Oficjalnie filantrop zajmujący się osobami niepełnosprawnymi. Walczy o ich prawa. Pięknie prawda. Jeśli jednak przyjrzymy się życiorysowi Pana Jay Ruderman ukazuje się trochę inny obraz.
Życiorys można znaleźć tutaj, na wiki i na stronie fundacji .
1. Ugodził się w 1966 roku w USA (ojciec i matka są Żydami),
2. Edukację uniwersytecka rozpoczyna (1986) na Brandeis University (żydowska szkoła prawnicza)a kończy doktoratem w 1993 na Uniwersytecie Bostońskim,
3. Karierę rozpoczął jako asystent prokuratora powiatowego (Assistant District Attorney in Essex County, Massachusetts). Nigdzie nie jest napisane, aby pracował gdzie indziej/ sprawował inne funkcje.
4. W 2001 rozpoczyna pracę w American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) jako Deputy Director,
5. W wieku 39 lat (rok 2005) wstępuje do Izraelskiej Armii. Zostaje „łącznikiem” między Izraelską Armią a diasporą żydowską w USA (In 2005, Mr. Ruderman enlisted in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), and became the liaison between the IDF and Diaspora Jewry),
6. Po służbie w armii wraca do AIPAC jako Leadership Director w Izraelu.
7. W 2008 zostaje prezesem rodzinnej fundacji Ruderman Family Foundation.
8. Jest powiązany z Partią Demokratyczną (In late 2015, the Ruderman Foundation publicly offered sensitivity training to US Presidential candidate Donald Trump after he made rude gestures mimicking the disability of New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski. This led to the Foundation being featured during the 2016 Democratic National Convention during the discussion on greater inclusion of people with disabilities.)
Przez większość życia (jeśli nie przez całe) Pana Jay Ruderman służył żydowskim interesom w USA.
W mojej ocenie Pan Jay Ruderman wciąż pozostaje „łącznikiem” w służbie izraelskiej armii. Rozkaz o wypuszczeniu filmu dostał od swoich wojskowych przełożonych i go wykonał.
Teraz dalej będzie mógł realizować program filantropa i aktywisty (do czasu otrzymania kolejnego rozkazu).
Hej tweeterowcy zapytajcie się Pana Jay Ruderman który ma konto na tweeterze dlaczego nie pokazał swojej ostatniej produkcji.
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Jay Ruderman is the President of the Ruderman Family Foundation, which focuses on the inclusion of people with disabilities worldwide and educating Israeli leaders on the American Jewish community. He also has served on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Funders Network and is a member of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee Executive Committee.
Jay is a life-long Bostonian. Upon graduating law school, he began his career as an assistant district attorney in Salem, Massachusetts. In the fall of 2001, he became Deputy Director of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) in New England. In 2005, Mr. Ruderman enlisted in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), and became the liaison between the IDF and Diaspora Jewry. After his service in the IDF, he returned to AIPAC as the Leadership Director for AIPAC in Israel.
Jay graduated from Brandeis University with honors and received his J.D. from Boston University School of Law. He lives in Boston with his wife, Shira, and their four children.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Jay Ruderman (April 2014)
Born Jay Seth Ruderman
March 16, 1966 (age 51)
Occupation Activist and Philanthropist
Spouse(s) Shira Menashe Ruderman (m. 2002)
Parent(s) Morton Edward Ruderman, Marcia Jortner Ruderman
Jay Seth Ruderman (born 16 March 1966) is an American activist and philanthropist. He is the President of the Ruderman Family Foundation, which focuses on the inclusion of people with disabilities and on the education of Israeli leaders regarding the American Jewish community. The foundation maintains offices in Boston, Israel and New York City. He is married to Israeli-American Shira Menashe Ruderman. They live in Greater Boston and have four children.
1 Early life and education
2.1 Assistant District Attorney, Essex County, MA
2.2 American Israel Public Affairs Committee
2.3 Ruderman Family Foundation
3 Activist philanthropy
4 Hollywood activism
5 Board memberships
6 Awards to Jay Ruderman and the Ruderman Family Foundation
8 External links
Early life and education
Ruderman was born on March 16, 1966. He is the oldest of three siblings and attended public schools in Lynnfield, Massachusetts. He received his undergraduate degree from Brandeis University, where he served as president of the student body in 1986-87. He earned his JD from Boston University School of Law in 1993. He served in the Israel Defense Forces as Liaison with the Jewish Diaspora.
Assistant District Attorney, Essex County, MA
Ruderman began his career as Assistant District Attorney in Essex County, Massachusetts.
American Israel Public Affairs Committee
He later worked for the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), first as Deputy Director of the New England office and then as Leadership Director of the Jerusalem office.
Ruderman Family Foundation
Ruderman has been President of the Ruderman Family Foundation since 2008.
Ruderman built the Ruderman Family Foundation from a local foundation serving the Boston Jewish community to one with an international focus. His leadership seeks to change the priorities of society and advocate for the rights of people with disabilities in their communities.
The philanthropic strategy of the Foundation is to go narrow and deep. It focuses on a limited number of issues and works with the media to raise awareness of those issues in society.
The foundation maintains major partnerships with the Government of Israel and many national Jewish organizations in the U.S. and Israel. Key nonprofit and denominational partners include the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Combined Jewish Philanthropies, Union for Reform Judaism, Chabad Lubavitch, and the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. The foundation partnered with The Rohr Jewish Learning Institute creating Toward Inclusion, a course that will advocate for the inclusion of people with disabilities.
Signature programs of the foundation include the Ruderman Prize in Inclusion, which recognizes Jewish organizations around the world that serve as exemplars of disability inclusion. Twenty Ruderman Prizes have been awarded since 2012.
An additional signature program is the Morton E. Ruderman Award in Inclusion, which has been given annually since 2013 to an individual for outstanding accomplishment in the field of disability inclusion. In 2013 the award was given to Michael Stein, co-founder and Executive Director of the Harvard Law School Project on Disability. In 2014 it was given to Ari Ne’eman, President and co-founder of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network. In 2015, the recipient was Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa, retired), a writer of the Americans with Disabilities Act. And the latest recipient was Oscar winning actress, Marlee Matlin.
The foundation brought delegations of members of Israel’s Knesset to the United States to expose them to the diversity of the U.S. Jewish community in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2017. This was also instrumental in establishing the Knesset Caucus on Israel-U.S. Relations.
In 2013, with funding from the Foundation, Haifa University launched the Ruderman Program in American Jewish Studies, the only degree-granting program of its kind in Israel. In conjunction with the foundation’s 2015 Inclusion Conference, the Israel Office has organized a national advocacy network of families and organizations promoting inclusion of people with disabilities.
The foundation created the ADVANCE Conference series in 2011, 2012, and 2013 to educate the Jewish funding community about the issue of disability inclusion. As a result of those meetings the Disability Peer Network was founded at the Jewish Funders Network by the Foundation and others.
In November 2015 in Boston, the foundation convened over 500 leaders and activists for the first-ever international Ruderman Inclusion Summit. Plenary speakers included former Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa), author Ron Suskind, Special Olympian Loretta Claiborne, Michigan State Supreme Court Justice Richard H. Bernstein, and journalist and NPR host John Hockenberry. The Summit also featured 20 breakout sessions and a new series of „Inclusion Talks.”
Also in November 2015, the Foundation organized a series of high-level events in Israel, focusing on the relationship between Israel and the American Jewish community. These included the Conference on Israel-American Jewish Relations, with speeches by former Israeli President and Nobel Peace Laureate Shimon Peres, former U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman (D-Connecticut), and U.S. Ambassador Daniel B. Shapiro; a public meeting of the Knesset Caucus on Israel-U.S. Relations; and the formal opening of the third year of Haifa University’s Ruderman Program in American Jewish Studies.
In late 2015, the Ruderman Foundation publicly offered sensitivity training to US Presidential candidate Donald Trump after he made rude gestures mimicking the disability of New York Times reporter Serge Kovaleski.  This led to the Foundation being featured during the 2016 Democratic National Convention during the discussion on greater inclusion of people with disabilities.
In response to the release of the 2016 film Me Before You, Ruderman condemned the film’s widely criticized portrayal of disability, in which the protagonist–who is paralyzed–ends up committing suicide because he feels his life is not worth living. Ruderman was widely quoted as stating, „To the millions of people with significant disabilities currently leading fulfilling, rich lives, it posits that they are better off committing suicide.” Ruderman’s second major point in this controversy was that it is problematic for an able-bodied actor to play a character with a disabilitiy, a topic he often speaks up about.
In July 2017, Ruderman similarly condemned the movie Blind starring Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore on grounds that Baldwin played a blind character. Ruderman’s main claim is that the movie „is just the latest example of treating disability as a costume.” He likened the casting of able-bodied actors to portray characters with disabilities to blackface and states that it’s time for society to condemn the practice just like casting white actors to play black characters is no longer socially acceptable. The incident led to written exchanges between the movie’s director, Michael Mailer, and Ruderman, both published by the industry publication Deadline.com.
Jewish Funders Network
American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Board of Directors and Executive Committee
Awards to Jay Ruderman and the Ruderman Family Foundation
2016 The Arc Catalyst Award for Philanthropy Foundation of the Year
2016 Edward M. Kennedy Leadership Award from the Disability Law Center of Massachusetts (DLCMA)
2015 Visionary Leadership Award from the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC)
2015 Honorary Doctorate from the University of Haifa
2014 Lewis H. Millender Community of Excellence Award from Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP)