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Rabbis and Cantors Singing Together

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Dean, School of Jewish Music
June 20, 2014

Rabbis and cantors singing together — what a concept! That’s exactly what happens in Kol Arev, Hebrew College’s choir. This ensemble, the name of which means “pleasant voice,” is composed of cantorial students, rabbinical students, faculty and alumni of the college. Rabbi Daniel Lehmann, the college president, sings in Kol Arev, and yes, even he […]

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Rising through the Year

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Rising Voices Fellow
April 29, 2014

This month our Rising Voices Fellows reflect on their experiences of the fellowship over the past year. Be sure to check the JWA blog each Tuesday for a new post from our fellows—and check out the great educational resources provided by our partner organization, Prozdor. As my year in the Rising Voices Fellowship comes to a close, it is time […]

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Walk the Walk

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Dean, School of Jewish Music
February 6, 2013

Talk about pluralism. Talk about diversity. Talk the talk? Or walk the walk. I had the privilege of being part of an amazing Martin Luther King Jr. celebration in Providence on Sunday, Jan. 27. Six choirs from around the city joined together to pay tribute to Dr. King’s legacy in a concert entitled “Singing the […]

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Dissatisfaction Can Change the World: A Prozdor Learn-In on Workers’ Rights

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Director, Prozdor
January 24, 2013

“Let us be dissatisfied until from every city hall, justice will roll down like waters and righteousness like a mighty stream. Let us be dissatisfied until that day when the lion and the lamb shall lie down together, and every man will sit under his own vine and fig tree and none shall be afraid. Let us […]

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An Interfaith Vision for America

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President, Hebrew College
January 22, 2013

The remarkable confluence of President Obama’s second inaugural celebration and the national holiday marking Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday led me to think about the place of religious pluralism in America. I listened to President Obama’s inaugural address at noon, and as I was driving back to Boston from New York City, I listened again […]

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