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You are reciting words written by someone else and seeking to infuse them with meaning, to speak them with conviction.   Where are you? On a theater stage or in the sanctuary of a … more
(My Jewish Learning via JTA) – Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement, starts at sundown on Tuesday, Sept. 18. Traditionally one of the most somber days on the Jewish calendar, it’s … more
In honor of Armenian Independence Day, on Sept. 21, the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center and The Genocide Education Project invite the community to a free screening of the film … more
JTA – The number of terrorist attacks targeting Israelis in July increased by 15 percent over the previous month. Israeli security services documented 255 attacks last month, including … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Shalom. Salaam. Peace.   In Judaism, the word peace is found in the common greeting Shalom Aleichem. In the Muslim world, As-Salaam-Alaikum, or … more
JTA – Israel is keeping plants sed to celebrate Sukkot from coming into the country. A task force charged with implementing the ban on three of the four species used to celebrate the … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – The Maccabee Task Force, the initiative funded by billionaire philanthropist Sheldon Adelson targeting the campus BDS movement, will double its presence to 80 campuses … more
Rhode Island college students Jessica Raviv and Aron Barbell are excited to begin inspiring their peers about Israel and challenging anti-Israel misinformation as the new StandWithUs (SWU) … more
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) has become an established part of public-school curriculums. The goal of the STEAM movement is to foster student inquiry, dialogue and … more
The Voice asked Rabbi Avi Goldstein of Chabad at the University of Rhode Island to give us a little background information, and here’s what he wrote: “I am a native Rhode Islander, … more
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