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Telling Stories of Trauma for Healing and Compassion

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August 27, 2015

  (Parshat Ki Tetzei, Deuteronomy 21:10-25:19) On the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, a group in Japan launched a project in which storytellers are training to retell the experiences of survivors. My grandfather participated in a similar project 20 years ago, the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, which sought to collect […]

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Pursuing Justice, Pursued by Love

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Parshat Shoftim, Deuteronomy 16:18-21:9
August 20, 2015

A few weeks ago, I went with a friend to a prayer service and march, protesting the building of a high-pressure fracked gas pipeline through a residential neighborhood in the Boston area. Standing in a soccer field with parents, kids, and dogs, we sang songs of hope and resilience, crying out against the building of […]

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Seeing Past, Present, and Future on the Road to Justice

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Parashat Re’eh, Deuteronomy 11:26-16:17
August 10, 2015

“See”: This simple command opens this week’s parasha and gives it its name, Re’eh. “See: I place before you today the blessing and the curse.” This commandment introduces a moving teaching about how God’s commandments are set before us, and will lead to blessings if we fulfill them and curses if we abandon them. But […]

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How Hebrew College Helped Me Advance in My Career

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Director of Enrollment and Tuition Assistance, Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School
March 26, 2015

Three years ago, I was stuck. I had topped out at my job, unable to grow professionally without a degree in Jewish education. I have always been passionate about Jewish education, and wanted to do more, and to find a way to make a real impact on the field. I saw how my amazing colleagues, […]

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The Power to Choose

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Vote Ballot

Director, Makor
November 12, 2014

Do you miss the campaign ads on television? I know I do … not! (If you are Xfinity owners, you could skip all the ads by watching your shows On Demand. Sshh! Don’t tell the candidates!) Putting the commercials aside, this past Election Day demonstrated that every votes count. Be it the gubernatorial race here […]

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Hebrew College Expands Its Presence in Israel

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Jerusalem Israel Dome of the Rock

President, Hebrew College
July 18, 2014

Last night I attended a rally in support of Israel hosted by our local federation and Jewish community relations council. It was only a few weeks ago that the community gathered to mourn the death of four teenage boys — three Israelis and one Palestinian — who were brutally murdered. The rocket attacks on Israel […]

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Why Every Parent Who Has No Time at All Should Find Time to Take Parenting Through A Jewish Lens

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June 17, 2014

In December, my husband Joel and I started the Parenting Through a Jewish Lens class at Temple Israel in Natick. Our first assignment was to decorate name cards with pictures of our family. We drew our three kids, Asher, age 8, Camille, age 3, and our baby, Zeke, then almost 14 months. We drew them […]

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Creativity in Jewish Education

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Dean, Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education
May 28, 2014

What would it be like if the desired result of Jewish Education was not textual literacy nor Jewish continuity nor Identity development but the cultivation of a creative disposition; to act b’zelem elohim – as the Creator acts? Over this past year, we convened at Hebrew College a group of Boston Jewish Educators who lead […]

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Next week in Jerusalem, the Weizmann Institute, Hula Valley and much more…

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Director of the Early Childhood Institute, Shoolman Graduate School of Jewish Education
February 3, 2014

Shalom and welcome to “Educational Exploration of Israel.” On February 9, 2014 a group of 14 early childhood educators and STEM professionals from the Boston area will travel together to Israel. We will explore the old and the new, nature, educational settings, STEM education, innovation and much more. We will spend time with our partners […]

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Henry Lehmann

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Community Blog Henry Lehmann

President, Hebrew College
January 29, 2014

This week was the yahrzeit of my father who passed away 14 years ago. Henry Lehmann, Yehoshua ben Shelomo, was an active volunteer leader in the Jewish communities of Syracuse, N.Y.; Palo Alto, Calif.; and Baltimore. In particular, he played an active role on the boards of various day schools in each of these communities […]

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