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Since 1991 the Pearl Greene Sunday Morning Smile Program has provided fun, learning and — most of all — smiles to special needs children in the West Hempstead area. Rabbi Moshe … more
Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano and Police Commissioner Patrick J. Ryder have issued back-to-school safety tips for motorists and students using school buses. Motorists should be aware … more
“Make the most of every moment.” That was the message Rabbi David Goldwasser (pictured) had for young women heading off to study in Israel. Rabbi Goldwasser, a Jewish media personality, … more
The Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls welcomes Bluma Drebin as its new principal. Drebin shares SKA’s commitment to academic excellence and mission of nurturing and empowering young … more
It is with great personal pleasure to note the completion by Rabbi Moshe Weinberger of his four volume English commentary on Rav Kook’s classic, “Song of Teshuvah” (Penina Press). … more
On erev Shabbat following the disturbances on Aug. 11–12 Charlottesville, Virginia, Yeshiva University distributed reflections on these events written by seven members of its faculty, from … more
The suffering that racism and its offshoots have inflicted upon humanity throughout history is both wide ranging in its impact and egregiously pernicious in its multifaceted assault on dignity, … more
French historian Pierre Nora spent his life describing and explaining “places of memory,” sites commemorating significant moments in the history of a community that continue to resonate … more
Our ardent commitment to free speech in the United States sometimes motivates our government to embrace neutrality between all viewpoints, even in the face of racial hatred and anti-Semitism. … more
The shocking neo-Nazi, white supremacist rally in Charlottesville brought to the surface the roiling hatred validated and emboldened through the presidential campaign. But it did not start there. … more
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