As the Asian-American community in Georgia and across the country reels from a shooting rampage Tuesday night that left eight dead at three spas in the Atlanta area, Jewish groups say they stand ready to help.
My husband used that particular book so extensively, its covers had to be taped back on.
Hackers disrupted the Rev. Raphael Warnock’s sermon at a virtual Shabbat service on Friday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, blocking viewers from hearing him and triggering problems at other synagogues across the country.
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The fate of the United States Senate may hang in the balance of an unlikely political force in Georgia: the Atlanta Jewish vote.
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“The Jewish community knows how important their vote is. They don’t sit out elections.”
Setting aside Lieberman’s unimpressive polling for Georgia’s Senate seat, there comes the issue of the role race plays in this race.
“It’s very important that as shul communities, we broadcast to our constituents that nothing is normal yet,” one rabbi said.