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Our Shared Values

More than 3,000 years ago, a group of Hebrew slaves, made up of people from many races, languages and cultures, fled the oppression and...

Never Again

Chills went through my body when I saw the pictures coming out of Charlottesville, Va. I saw the marchers with their torches. The Nazis....

Charlottesville As A Reminder

About two decades ago, I drove from my childhood home in suburban Detroit to East Lansing, Michigan to begin my undergraduate studies at Michigan...

In Charlottesville, The Local Jewish Community Presses On

At Congregation Beth Israel in Charlottesville, Va., we are deeply grateful for the support and prayers of the broader Reform Jewish community. Our thoughts...

Quick Click: Aug. 17, 2017

The headlines from the Aug. 17, 1942, issue are a reminder that World War II was still undecided. One read: “Nazi Caucasus Drive Threatens...

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