Saturday, January 31, 2015 Shevat 11, 5775

Readers react to op-eds dismissing climate change doom and comparing Ferguson to the Yiddish word for "forget," and a cover story about the local Federation CEO.
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By:
Ben Cohen, JNS.org
If publicly commemorating the Holocaust requires Jews to play down their affiliation with Israel and the significance of a Jewish state, then maybe we'd be better off without an international day to commemorate it, a JNS analyst writes.
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Even though it's cold and blustery now, it's time to start thinking about the warmth of Jewish summer camp.
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Is enough being done to reach local 20s and 30s and are all their needs being met?
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By:
David Benkof
The ambiguity and emotions surrounding what happened at Ferguson, a name similar to the Yiddish word meaning ‘to forget,’ means that it is better put behind us until we are ready for actual conversation, writes David Benkof.
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