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The Quiet Message: How Parashat Yitro Teaches Us to Lead Between two massive thrusts of the history of the Jewish people, between Exodus and Sinai, stands a little old man named Jethro....
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Letter from Jerusalem: Trump, Netanyahu, and the Fight for Tolerance Greetings from Jerusalem....
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Crying with My Baby: Opening Up about Post-Partum Depression My beautiful, screaming daughter was born May 30th....
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A Fallen Fascist’s Journey to Judaism At 26, Csanad Szedgedi was the poster boy of Hungary’s burgeoning far-right nationalist party....
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Why Self-Advocacy Is Vital to the Pursuit of Disability Rights Like any child, growing up I relied on the support of my parents. Due to my severe learning disabilities, this support was even more essential....
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10 Vital Jewish Resources on Disability Awareness and Inclusion This week marks the halfway point in Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month....
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Introduction to Judaism: The Elephant in the Room Due to unexpected demand, registration for the Intro to Judaism Online classes has been filled and is now closed....
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How Braille Put Jewish Texts at My Fingertips Louis Braille was born in Coupvray, France, in 1809. When he was 3 years old, he accidentally poked himself in the eye with his dad's awl and became blind....
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What I Learned From Visiting With Cuba’s Jews In early January, I joined 25 congregants, friends, and clergy on a Jewish mission to Cuba....
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11 Recipes for a Happy Purim Purim is coming! 2/22/2017...
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