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Two high school girls holding gun violence prevention signs at a march

On the first anniversary of the Parkland shooting, we remember the lost lives and the lost innocence of an entire generation that is using its voice to stop gun violence.

Rabbi Melissa Zalkin Stollman
Hand holding a yellow suicide awareness and prevention ribbon against a wooden table background

In April 2015, when I was 15 years old, I learned that my grandfather had taken his own life after fighting with anxiety and depression for many years.

Leora Greene
Young woman shouting into a megaphone that is drawn on the wall next to her

It’s hard to find an exact English translation for chutzpah, but Steve Jobs’ marketing manager defined it as “calling tech support to report a bug on pirated software.”

Nancy Kalikow Maxwell
Man scribbling the words Americans with Disabilities Act onto glass

I am a lawyer. I graduated Harvard law school and have practiced law for major corporations and large law firms.

Matan Koch
Two female students holding gun violence prevention signs at a march

Tonight marks the Sabbath before the yahrzeit for 14 youths and three adults shot to death at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School.

Rabbi David Wirtschafter
The author singing in Cuba

My love affair with Cuba’s Jewish community began in 2005, with my first mission to the country, where I quickly learned that my guitar did all the talking.

Rabbinic Pastor/Cantor Lisa Levine
Closeup of a person holding a fanned out handful of money

Here’s what you can do to ensure that we continue to make progress toward pay equity.

    Ally Karpel
    Disembodied arm with fist held high in the air

    Rabbi Edythe Held Mencher helps us understand why the language of disability is such a powerful determinant of social attitudes, from prejudice to pride.

    Aron Hirt-Manheimer
    Selfie of the author with her grandmother

    While helping my mom clean her home, I found a printout of an email from my late grandmother: It was a recipe for her favorite blintz casserole.

    Kate Kaput
    Teen girl facing away from the camera in a shirt that reads STRONGER in front of a seated audience of other teens

    I want to be open about my faith so that others may not have to experience the same hardships my family went through.



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