Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi


Jewish Day Schools' Dirty Little Secret

By Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi

Jewish Day Schools' Dirty Little Secret
Jewish children with disabilities have a difficult time finding a place in a Jewish day school. Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi explores what she thinks is an inexcusable situation.Read More


Remembering Marla Gilson

By Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi

Remembering Marla Gilson
In Washington, the value of people is all too often measured by how close they are to this senator or that one, or what office they hold in whichever administration is in power at the moment. Yet Marla Gilson wasn’t a senator, Cabinet secretary or billionaire. Completely down to earth, she was never wearing the sparkliest outfit in the room.Read More


Save Darfur, Sure, but Also Worry About Iran

By Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi

In the past month I have been to more than a dozen Jewish communities, and everywhere I go I see signs and wristbands that say “Save Darfur.” Time and again I am touched that our people understand that tikkun olam includes taking care of others.Read More



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