Posts Tagged ‘Parkland’

four mailboxes with flags up indicating they have mail in them on a street by a house with a lot of greenery.

Students Create Meaningful Program

I read with interest your article “Local Walkouts” (March 22-28 edition) about area school events marking one month since the Parkland, Fla., school shooting tragedy. At Farber Hebrew Day School, our middle school and high school assembled for a beautifully meaningful 17-minute gathering in our school synagogue to commemorate the 17 student and teacher victims.…

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Guest Column: Praying With Our Feet

Two weeks ago, I was approached by several teens in my congregation asking us to take them to D.C. for the March for Our Lives. They felt called to be part of this movement — to support the young people calling for a revolution, proving themselves to be powerful change agents harnessing the momentum in…

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