Thursday, July 24, 2014 Tammuz 26, 5774

By:
Shelly Yanoff
We must continue the process of building a better world — a place where there's room for everyone to be hopeful about the future and where we can be generous to one another.
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A slew of readers responded to our recent stories and columns about the Pew study on American Jewry. Here's just one of them.
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By:
Andres Spokoiny
The CEO of the Jewish Funders Network says it's up to us to work harder at developing alternative ways to engage Jews if we don’t want to lose 30 percent of our people.
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No one who’s been paying attention to the state of American Jewry over the past two decades should be surprised by the sobering findings of the Pew study on U.S. Jews. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't act upon them.
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By:
Yossi Prager
In the wake of the Pew study, the big question now is how funders and Jewish organizations respond to this data, writes Yossi Prager of the Avi Chai Foundation.
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