Shoshana Cardin

Learning To Become Fluent in ‘Faith-Speak’

For American Jews, most of whom fall in the Democratic column; the re-election of President Bush — aided as it was by the religious right — has heightened the concern that we are fast becoming guests in an increasingly Christian nation.That might indeed be the case, but I nevertheless remain optimistic about our communal ability to influence

Ill UJC Needs Second Opinion

The ineffectiveness and torpor that pervades United Jewish Communities offers little comfort to those of us who were concerned and had misgivings about the overreaching and overly ambitious attempt to create a single entity that would be responsible for community services, resource development and allocations. Our federated system needs a central,