Rabbi Michael S. Berger
By Rabbi Michael S. Berger
Insatiable curiosity, and a life story that mirrored Rabbi Akiva’s, was the driving force for Jewish journalist Suzi Brozman
We’re in the middle of counting the Omer, the period of time during which Jewish tradition mourns the passing of 12,000 pairs of Rabbi Akiva’s students. On April 7, another “student” of Rabbi Akiva passed away: Suzi Brozman, who spent much of her journalism career reporting for the Atlanta Jewish Times. Of course, Suzi did…
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