Voices

Coming to a more complex understanding of heroism during the Holocaust

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By Saul Golubcow Special to WJW Our yearly commemoration of Yom Hashoah Ve-Hagevurah places heavy emphasis on the Shoah, the slaughter of the Six Million, and...
Miyah Falk

Reckoning at the German International School

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By Miyah Falk Special to WJW When my rabbi nominated me to be part of a peer-education program that connects Jewish and non-Jewish students across Greater...

Here’s a (Jewish) way to redirect your pandemic despair into purposeful living

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Sponsored By Alan Kadish and Michael Shmidman This last year of pandemic living has not been easy. Over 500,000 Americans have died, including countless members of our...
Cliff Fishman

Gratitude for healing and wonders

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By Clifford Fishman Special to WJW I  had my second COVID shot this morning. After the woman who would administer the shot wiped my arm and...

Asian Americans like me have to start talking openly about our trauma

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By Jenny Wong As Berkeley, Calif.’s elected city auditor, I project an image of professionalism, competence and the confidence that comes with decades of experience...

Ignore Jonathan Pollard’s terrible advice

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By Jonathan S. Tobin It was probably inevitable that we hadn’t heard the last of Jonathan Pollard. When the convicted spy landed in Israel last...

My Bagel Addiction

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By Karen Galatz Sitting out the pandemic, I’ve developed a serious addiction. It’s surprising it’s taken so long. After all, I’m a native New Yorker, the...

Maryland’s nonpublic schools need nurses, too

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By Yehuda Neuberger, Jerry Wolasky, Karen Paiken Barall, Aryeh Gross, Yanky Statman, Sam Melamed and Edwin Zaghi It’s the middle of a busy day when...

Raising Asian Jewish kids in the US has never been scarier

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By Melody Muhlrad Last Tuesday, eight people were killed — including six women of Asian descent — at three massage parlors in the Atlanta area....

This rabbi has seen the future, and it sounds like Clubhouse

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By Rabbi Wendy Pein “A  Chabad rabbi and Reform rabbi walk into a club” sounds like the beginning of an old, tired Jewish joke. Yet...