Monthly Archives: April 2013

Moving Mountains

I got in to an argument with a friend recently. It started with us discussing the role of the JDC in the developing world: should the JDC be building schools and wells in Ethiopia and providing rehabilitation and clean water … Continue reading

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Discovering Jewish Community in China

“What does Jewish Peoplehood mean to you?” This was the question posed to the JDC Entwine Insider trip I recently travelled with to China. We sat down around several pieces of paper with quotes to discuss the idea of “Jewish … Continue reading

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Remembrance, Independence and Moving Forward

Yesterday was Yom HaZikaron, Memorial Day, a day about looking back; today, on Yom Ha’atzmaut, we celebrated the present; tomorrow, I go back to my regular (or not so regular, all things considered) life. Each of these three days feel … Continue reading

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