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What Freedom?

Conventional wisdom holds that the Passover seder is a celebration of our liberation from slavery in Egypt. But the Hagaddah really has a different agenda.

by Rabbi Judah Kogen | 1 Comment
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Approaching Shavuot: The Face of Courage

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What’s Special at Your Seder?

We asked about your special traditions. Here are some of your answers.

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The Minyan Maker

Those who come regularly to minyan form a club with open membership, and each new arrival ensures the club’s existence into the future.

by Saul Golubcow | Comments Off on The Minyan Maker

A B’nai Mitzvah Birthright: Betting the House on Immersive Jewish Education

While we should never assume that any statistical trend immutably reveals the future, if we want to take ownership of our reality, we need to think strategically about how to play our hand.

by Rabbi Joshua Rabin | Comments Off on A B’nai Mitzvah Birthright: Betting the House on Immersive Jewish Education

Turning Gold into Lead

The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study

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Two-By-Two?

A new initiative aims to challenge the “Noah Syndrome,” our tendency to treat couples as the social norm and marginalize singles.

by Lisa Kogen | Comments Off on Two-By-Two?
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Finding the Right Jewish Camp

Some expert advice on making a good match

by Abby Knopp | 1 Comment

Incubating Jewish Experiences

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Making Camp Ramah Even More Special(ty)

Today’s kids can learn anything from organic farming to circus arts.

by Nancy B. Scheff | Comments Off on Making Camp Ramah Even More Special(ty)
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