Monthly Archives: August 2013

Where Are Our Cheerleaders?

This October, I will be presenting at the centennial convention of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, the official congregational arm of the Conservative Movement. In preparations for this event, USCJ is running a blog on the centennial’s website with … Continue reading

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Dvar Tzedek: iPhones and Ki Tetze

Each week, the American Jewish World Service publishes a Dvar Tzedek, where the weekly parasha is examined through the lens of global justice.  This week, I am honored to be the guest writer for the Dvar Tzedek, which you can … Continue reading

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Donating Efficiency

Over the past two months, I read one book and one article that made think about one of the most important, yet least-discussed, challenges facing Jewish organizations today.   The article I read came from last week’s New York Times, where it … Continue reading

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