It was during World War II, when the armed forces were segregated and I was taking my basic infantry training in Florida.
I do think it’s wonderful that Encounter has listening trips and that you were on one. Thank you for making your readers aware of what you saw.4
I read with great interest your piece in the January Forward magazine about your Encounter trip in the West Bank this past November.42
There are two ways the Jewish community can still enjoy Shlomo Carlebach while acknowledging his indiscretions and bettering our community.
D.C.’s Museum of the Bible argues for the Bible as a literal source for guidance in American jurisprudence and governance. That idea is simply wrong.
It is silly to think the new Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C. violates separation of church and state. Here’s why.
Showbiz vet Susan Silver responds to a letter to the editor regarding her insights on Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and anti-Semitism in television today.
If there is a cure for anti-Semitism, it is education. And education is to be had by resisting television in general and sitcoms in particular.
Earlier career staff are underpaid in most Jewish institutions. We should do our best to keep their noses above the water line.
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