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Posts Tagged ‘Washington’

keeping safe. staying alive.

Opening: Eat, Drink And …

Keeping safe is a goal to be desired. I am not referring to safety in the streets though I know that the crazies are out there and road rage is a real thing. I do not refer to gun violence though we are getting our fill of that in our everyday news. Nor do I…

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What Will Pulling Out Of The Iran Deal Do For The U.S.?

The Detroit Jewish News asked experts on Israel, foreign policy, religion and/or other relevant fields to answer important questions on everyone’s mind in the midst of the recent news from the Middle East. Here are some of their answers. The U.S. just pulled out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. Will this be good or bad…

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Jerusalem. Symbolic of U.S. Embassy move

Will The New U.S. Embassy Lead To Peace?

The Detroit Jewish News asked experts on Israel, foreign policy, religion and/or other relevant fields to answer important questions on everyone’s mind in the midst of the recent news from the Middle East. Here are some of their answers. The U.S. Embassy has moved. Will it help or hinder the prospects for peace between the Israelis and…

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Congregation B’nai Moshe Rabbi Shalom Kantor and PB & J teens at AIPAC

After The B’nai Mitzvah

PB & J Teens at B’nai Moshe continue building their Jewish identities. Today’s teens are inundated by “shoulds” — all the things they “should” be doing. These include constant academic pressure to excel, programs to build their “resume” for college and navigating the dynamics of our modern world. When do they get the opportunity to…

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Temple Beth El Rabbi Mark Miller, Ari Richardson, Lily Mendelson, Tommy Sherman, Lucy Sher, Lexi Greenberger, Abigail Scavone, Donovan Brown and Debbie Morosohk, director of education.

Finding A Political Voice

Temple Beth El teens learn about advocacy on L’Taken trip to Washington, D.C. Ari Richardson, 16, a junior at Farmington High School, grew up as an active member at Temple Beth El in Bloomfield Township and is now president of its youth group. She didn’t know much about politics or policy making, but she has…

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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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