Monthly Archives: June 2016

From Georgia to Trenton: A Continuing Journey for Justice

You never know where taking a long walk in the summertime will lead you. Almost a year ago, my son Josh and I took a long walk on a hot summer’s day through the streets of Augusta, Georgia and across … Continue reading

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From Celebration to Mourning to Resolve: A Post Shavuot Reflection on Orlando

Shavuot is one of my favorite festivals. The awesome imagery of imagining ourselves as standing at Sinai in the midst of God’s revelation has always moved me. More personally, the celebration of my student’s Service of Confirmation is one that … Continue reading

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