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How the Charlottesville March Reminded Me of My Favorite Havdalah Service “A good week, a week of peace. May gladness reign and joy increase…”...
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After Charlottesville, 5 Jewish Ways to Help Kids Deal The day after the acts of terror and hate in Charlottesville, my friend and colleague Sara posted the following on Facebook:...
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Four Days in Israel for the Maccabiah Games “As a Jew, I need Israel. More precisely: I can live as a Jew outside Israel, but not without Israel.” -- Elie Wiesel...
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We Will Not Let Hitler's Legacy Rise Again There was something that we all noticed in Charlottesville last Saturday: The people who came there to incite violence — they didn't wear their hoods....
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If Not Now, When? Can this really be happening?  We must be imagining it....
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What Is Jewish About Japan? My family and I recently spent two and a half weeks backpacking through Japan....
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Words for When Everything Feels Alt-Wrong I can't stop thinking about #Charlottesville, and I can't stop thinking about this phrase "alt-right" – or how it is absolutely, inherently wrong....
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5 Powerful Jewish Voices: A Round-Up on Charlottesville Since last Shabbat, lots of ink and more than a few keystrokes have been devoted to Charlottesville – the rally itself, events in the...
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Tune in to Services: What Are Reform Clergy Saying About Charlottesville? In synagogues and communities across North America this Shabbat, rabbis, cantors, and other Jewish leaders will speak about and reflec...
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What’s Jewish About a Solar Eclipse? Each morning at 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy – one of 16 URJ Camps – whose unique focus explores the connection betw...
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