Letters to the editor
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The 19th century Catholic theologian, Luigi Taparelli, coined the phrase “giustizia sociale” (social justice). His vision of social justice emphasized freedom and respect for individuals and local institutions. He believed there were natural … more
I just wanted to congratulate The Jewish Voice on the very interesting interview with Kenny Dulgarian. Kenny is a very special person and, even though we were aware of many of the fine things about him, there were some we did not know. It was a … more
Great article and very nice exposure for Hope High Dollars for Scholars. I liked the “Johnny Appleseed” analogy to giving scholarships.  Also, amazing what he still does at his age. Paul Formal Editor’s note: Mr. Formal is Vice … more
Best of luck at the helm of the redesigned, sleek “Jewish Voice.”

I enjoyed reading your “In the Interim” column. Philip Eil News Editor, Providence Phoenix Editor’s note: Philip Eil, former contributing writer for The … more
Thank you for the front page article about the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) Program Excellence Award given to the Community Relations Council of the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island (CRC) for being instrumental in … more
Across many measures of Jewish engagement and behavior, the study shows substantial gaps between Jews by religion and Jews with no religion, between in-married and inter-married Jews, and across the Jewish religious denominations. There’s a … more
As an American citizen, I’m proud to be able to vote for whomever I choose on Election Day. I also defend Jerry Fogel’s right to urge people to vote for the party of his choice. But I object to his chutzpah that he has to tell me what to … more
“If you offer your compassion to the hungry and satisfy the famished creature, then shall your light shine in darkness.” - Isaiah (58:10).  A hearty yashar ko’ach to the Jewish community for donating food to the Louis and Goldie Chester Full … more
It is with deep regret I read of Dr. Aronson’s passing. I certainly admired his articles here, but our paths crossed in many ways. We came from the same neighborhood in Brooklyn and many times when he wrote about his school days I would email him … more
Stanley Aronson’s demise grieves me terribly. He was one of those rare individuals who made a truly great difference in this world, and in my world. He was a very good friend; we communicated frequently by email. In fact, he sent me every one … more
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