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Don’t Forget the ‘Braidel’

I loved your dreidel article (“‘Oh Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel,’” November 26). However, you did not mention my favorite dreidel.

For some Jews, the Braille Dreidel or “Braidel” is the only Hanukkah joy they can actually “see.” Jews who are blind can easily play dreidel because the letters are printed in Braille!

Rabbi Lynne Landsberg
Senior Advisor on Disability Issues
Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism
Washington, D.C.

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