Sunday, August 30, 2015 Elul 15, 5775
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Ross Berkowitz
Can one person change the world? It's a popular theme in books and movies, but when it comes to real life, the work that leads to change is not done alone. Most often, one person is utilizing his or her network to affect change. With that in mind, the Charles and Lynn Shusterman Foundation recently convened the first NetWORKS gathering...
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By:
Nancy Fagan
The recent events involving the alleged sexual abuse of children by former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky and former Syracuse University assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine have made national and international news.
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By:
Barnett Kamen
Ten years ago, Rabbi David Wolpe of Los Angeles created a controversy during Passover.
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By:
John R. Cohn | JE Feature
I recently returned from Israel where I, along with a dozen other American physicians, witnessed Israelis hoping for the best while preparing for the worst.
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By:
Gary E. Erlbaum and Benyamin Korn
Supporters of President Barack Obama may take comfort from his newfound push for tighter United Nations sanctions against Iran. And surely American Jews should support any and all pressure against the nuclear weapons program -- finally acknowledged by the International Atomic Energy Agency -- of the messianic regime in Tehran that loudly proclaims its intention to destroy the State of...
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