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We can do better than this. We must do better than this. But it will take all of us to be brave and to speak up.

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha
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Although anti-Semitic attitudes have remained consistent, anti-Semitic incidents have been on the rise since 2015. Learn more from the head of the ADL.

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Learn how Steve Cook, from a family that includes numerous Reform rabbis and Jewish connections, found himself running successful Jewish-influenced restaurants.

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Learn why Dan Libenson, founder and president of the Institute for the Next Jewish Future, is calling for disruptive innovation in Jewish life.

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Invariably, Biennial delegates say that one of the high points is praying together with 5,000 Reform Jews. Learn what’s in store for Shabbat at the upcoming Biennial.

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Chef and restaurateur Michael Solomonov

I caught up with Chef Michael Solomonov, James Beard Award-winner for best Mid-Atlantic chef, to talk about the defining influences that shaped his career as a chef.

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Read what Jonathan D. Sarna, a distinguished historian of American Judaism, has to say about Boston’s Jewish community – from the 17th century through today.



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Learn how two young people’s passion for old world Jewish food inspired them to attempt to spark an Ashkenazi culinary renaissance.

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Rabbi Sarah Bassin is the former executive director of New Ground, a Los Angeles-based organization dedicated to transforming the ways Jews and Muslims interact. 

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Unforeseen events as a teen found me playing backgammon with two young Arab men in Jerusalem’s Old City. That evening led to my rabbinical studies and so much more.

Rabbi Reuven Firestone


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