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Seventy Faces of Torah Rabbi Adam Lavitt

Closed Wells, Closed Hearts

Parashat Toldot (Genesis 25:19-28:9) A man in an elevator repeatedly presses the close button as a woman outside shares her story of sexual assault. T’ruah recently convened a group of rabbis and cantors in conversation with Ana Maria Archila, one of the women who confronted Senator Jeff Flake in that powerful moment. During our conversation, someone spoke about Dr. Ford’s courage, and the cautious optimism they felt leading up to… Read Article →

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Social Justice Rabbi

Humans of Hebrew College #HumansHC “My study of Torah has expanded my intellectual and moral imagination. My observance of Jewish ritual has equipped me with tools to face these challenging times. My mindfulness and meditation practice has taught me how to move more wisely in the world. And my relationship with the divine has helped me approach my fellow being with an open heart.” (Pictured center: Rabbi Salem Pearce, Rab`18, is… Read Article →