Studies show trauma can be passed on epigenetically. How can communities discriminated against for centuries move forward?
Nearly four months after the virus first arrived, Jewish life has returned to Hasidic Brooklyn.
A 27-year-old Pilates instructor was walking home from the beach in Jaffa on Saturday afternoon when she got an alarming text message. According to “an epidemiological investigation,” it said, she had been in contact with a Covid-positive person on the previous Saturday between 4 and 5 p,m., and now was “obligated to go into isolation immediately”.
“With some of these orgs, you kind of scratch your head, like, ‘Really? How did they get that?’”
Even if your congregation is doing OK right now, this pandemic isn’t going anywhere; you need to plan ahead.
A federal judge shot down the argument that the closure of Jewish overnight camps this summer violated religious liberty.
As COVID-19 rages at San Quentin, a prison rabbi and activist offer comfort and support
“Lockdown Laura says: Put on your mask… and step into the cattle car.”
The founder of Hatzalah had two bouts on a ventilator as he fought covid. But the hallucinations when he woke up were worse.
Camp Seneca Lake in Pennsylvania is one of the few Jewish overnight camps in the area to open.