Thursday, August 25, 2016 Av 21, 5776

By:
Anne Shlay
A Temple University professor who is spending the year teaching at Hebrew University shares her account of what happened when she accidentally left her bag on a bus in Jerusalem.
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By:
Talia Lavin, JTA
After spending last year living in Kiev, the author describes feelings of painful powerlessness in the current crisis.
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A Parent's Perspective
By:
Linda Roth
A mother describes how a JEVS Human Services' initiative has given her hope that her daughter can live independently despite her disabilities.
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Story on Holocaust Markers Hits Home Your Jan. 30 paper featured an article (Headlines: “Casting Stones of Remembrance for a Holocaust Victim”) about Stolpersteines, stumbling blocks, which are small brass markers commemorating Jews who died or fled during the Holocaust. The picture showed the grandsons of Dr. Felix Blumenfeld participating in the dedication of a plaque in memory of their...
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By:
David B. Marcu
In the past, support services for people with disabilities in Israel lagged behind the United States and Western Europe; now Israeli organizations are looked to as innovators.
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