Saturday, December 3, 2016 Kislev 3, 5777

Rabbi Malkah Binah Klein urges the community to incorporate Yiddish culture into more programming, and Rabbi Eric Yanoff responds, saying he was surprised — and thrilled — to see that interest in Yiddish transcends the generations.  


Rabbi Adam Lavitt reflects on moving forward from the uncertainty of the past year, and Rabbi Arthur Waskow responds by highlighting some of the bright moments of Jewish communal activism in 2014.


With all the anti-Semitism in the world today, Rabbi Joel Seltzer realizes, his grandfather was right after all. Rabbi Gerald R. Fox responds that the wisdom of our ancestors helps us confront many challenges.  

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