Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Optimistic Movement

Over the past year, many writers in Jewish world offered their opinions as to why the number of Jews affiliated with the Conservative Movement declined so precipitously over the past two decades.   Rather than delve into a debate that often … Continue reading

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Shoftim and the We Believe Campaign

I am a honored to be involved with  We Believe, a national advocacy campaign of American Jewish World Service to call on the United States government to promote human rights in the developing world by seeking to stop violence against women … Continue reading

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Climate Change: Few Are Guilty, All Are Responsible

Every day, I watch our planet become a more volatile place, as climate change, pollution and abuse of our natural resources continue to damage this beautiful world in which we live.   While I have no idea how much I, … Continue reading

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