For the last year, I’ve done everything in my power to keep our family safe. But in the drop-off lane, I learned an important lesson about letting go.
“We in the movement owe a lot to Jews and the Jewish faith for inspiring us and standing with us,” the former U.N. Ambassador said.
The lessons of the ‘St. Augustine 16’ are as relevant today as they were six decades ago.
We’ve all pretty much come to recognize that, professionally speaking, Jews today can be just about anything. The old immigrant stereotypes (tailor, peddler) faded away long ago, much as more recent aspirational visions (lawyer, doctor), too, seem shopworn and limiting. But still, there occasionally comes a job that seems, well, too goyish for a