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A local urban farmer reveals the connections between Judaism and food justice.

Perhaps what will spur us to act is the stark realization that disability is not about the ‘other.’

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Unless we can physically secure our Jewish facilities where the Jewish future is incubated, that future itself will be insecure. 

Sometimes, changing the world, or a mind, depends upon how you tell your story

“Never let a teachable moment go by.” That was my grandmother’s life-motto. 

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The third Women's March is approaching, but Rabbi Debra Newman Kamin says the national leaders embrace of anti-Semitism must be a major concern for even staunch supporters of the movement.

Less than a month after the horrific attack in Pittsburgh, it is the week of Thanksgiving, and my usual feelings of joyous anticipation are tempered by a heavy heart.

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As Danny’s mom, I know that nothing feeds the soul of a young adult with an interest in (borderline obsession with) aviation and classical music like sitting under the stars on a clear summer evening listening to “Rhapsody in Blue.”

Nothing messes with the angst meter of an American Jew like a trip to Old Europe and Israel, says JUF President Steven B. Nasatir.

It's the idea behind the new book 'Biblical Psychotherapy: Reclaiming Scriptural Narratives for Positive Psychology and Suicide Prevention.'

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