Tuesday, April 28, 2015 Iyyar 9, 5775
By:
Susannah Heschel, JTA
The elimination of Abraham Joshua Heschel from the film “Selma” erases one of the central accomplishments of the civil rights movement, its inclusiveness, his daughter writes.
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By:
David A. Love
An African-American member of Mishkan Shalom reflects on how he uses his unique experiences and multiple identities to instill a passion for social justice in his 5-year-old son.
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By:
Simone Rodan-Benzaquen
The latest terrorist attacks in France show that the problem of radical Islam affects the entire country and not just its Jewish population, writes the director of the American Jewish Committee's Paris office.
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By:
Rabbi Amy Eilberg
While individuals in Paris claimed religious sanction for grotesque acts of bloodshed, rabbinical students learned how Judaism — and other religions — can offer wisdom, tools and inspiration for the transformation of conflict, both at home and abroad.
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By:
Benjamin Blech
As famous physicist Stephen Hawking recently suggested and the legend of the golem of Prague has illustrated for centuries, the potential development of full artificial intelligence could wreak havoc on the human race, a Yeshiva University professor writes.
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