Thursday, July 2, 2015 Tammuz 15, 5775

Eric Berger

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Combatting domestic violence, combining texting with acts of kindness and exploring sexuality in Orthodox Judaism are the subject matter of just a few of the projects being tackled by this year's batch of Tribe 12 fellows.
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Computer and medical technology have provided tremendous benefits to the deaf and hard of hearing in recent years, but left groups like the local Hebrew Association of the Deaf facing the same challenge as many mainstream Jewish congregations — shrinking membership among younger generations.
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Religious leaders, political officials and community members held a rally to denounce anti-Semitic vandalism at a Jewish family’s home.
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From tutoring to a special photography project, volunteers from Society Hill Synagogue aim to bring students at Vare-Washington Elementary School closer to what amounts to the basics in other areas.
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Locals with long-standing ties to Cuba's Jewish community express cautious optimism of U.S.-Cuba rapprochement, but say Jews there will still need a lot of support.
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Profile

Eric Berger was a staff writer for the Jewish Exponent from August 2012 until June 2015.

Prior to that he spent six months interning at the Jerusalem Post and two years as reporter and then news and online editor of the Boonville Daily News, a community newspaper in Missouri. He has also written for the St. Louis Beacon, an online newspaper covering the St. Louis area.

He is a graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism.

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