Synagogues and JCCs across the country are grappling with vaccine requirements for in-person services and activities.
Our first president more than tolerated Colonial Jews, writing a historic letter to the warden of Touro Synagogue that resonates today.
“This is not a matter of putting up a sign: Black Lives Matter. It’s a matter of learning who we are.”
“Judaism and the Jewish people have survived for 2,000 years because we were able to adapt, and this is another moment of adaptation.”
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“This is epic,” Rabbi Steven Leder of Wilshire Boulevard Temple in Los Angeles told me. “We, all of us, were handed a ball we didn’t expect, and we in the synagogue community delivered, we stepped up to this moment.”
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“It’s very important that they get the sense that they’re part of a tribe, a community, a group of people to whom they belong.”