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Camp, to Last a Lifetime

Reshet Ramah, Camp Ramah’s alumni and community engagement network, is poised to expand the role that camp plays in building Jewish community.

by Rabbi Abigail Treu | Comments Off on Camp, to Last a Lifetime
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This Is Your Battle, Too

For a young man who’s both Jewish and black, the killings of black men by police resonate too powerfully to be ignored.

by Yehudah Webster | 2 Comments
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An Open Letter to the Jewish Community

A Baltimore rabbi offers the real story behind events following the death of Freddie Gray

by Rabbi Daniel Cotzin Burg | Comments Off on An Open Letter to the Jewish Community
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From Challah and Chulent to Chutney and Chipati

Through the food, history and culture of Jews around the world, a summer camp helps kids broaden their understanding of Jewish identity – and see that being Jewish is more than skin-deep.

by Marcella White Campbell Brandes | Comments Off on From Challah and Chulent to Chutney and Chipati
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A Parent’s Guide to Passover

For children, the holiday offers eight days of teachable moments

by Susan Wyner | Comments Off on A Parent’s Guide to Passover
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Judaism Came Calling

by Gabrielle Goodman | Comments Off on Judaism Came Calling
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How to Have A Cool Family Sukkot

FROM THE ARCHIVES: It doesn’t take much to make the most out of one of the most joyous holidays on our calendar, explains MERYL GREENWALD GORDON

by Meryl Greenwald Gordon | Comments Off on How to Have A Cool Family Sukkot
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You Are Not Your Abs

A father tells his bat mitzvah girls what really matters.

by Joel Chasnoff | 3 Comments
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Building Campus Community

The Ramah College Network creates opportunities for staff and alumni to connect year-round

by Marla Cohen | Comments Off on Building Campus Community
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The Broken and the Whole

After a shattering blow, a rabbi finds a new way of understanding the term “quality of life.”

by Rabbi Charles Sherman | Comments Off on The Broken and the Whole
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