Now You See Me, Now You Don’t

Description: Modern American society is selectively inattentive to people with disabilities. Many individuals with disabilities experience being invisible to the world when they need support, and visible only when they’re objectified as “inspirations.” Seminarian Noa Tobin discusses her experience as a disabled person in society and ministry, widely held misconceptions about disabilities, and steps we can take to work toward a more accessible and attentive world. 

Bio: Noa Tobin (she/they) is finishing up her second year of seminary at Methodist Theological School in Ohio. They are working toward ministerial ordination and fellowship in the UUA and plan to focus on advocating for disability justice and inclusion in religious spaces. Noa lives in Columbus, Ohio with her future wife, Astrid, and their two cats. 

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