Marijke Silberman is a student at New York University.
By Marijke Silberman
Pluralism and Soggy Babka
In Hillels across the US, pluralism is sought after, grappled with, and left comfortably on the shelf with other concepts we understanding theory rather than practice, like politeness on the subway. The seemingly unanswerable question of implementation and understanding of pluralism looms. While a value established as integral to the Hillel mission, vital conversations around…
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