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Think of four women you know. They can be anyone – friends, sisters, classmates, colleagues. Got it?
One of the most common reasons for self destructive and self injuring behavior is to get relief from intense and unsettling emotions.
Welcome, CSA members! This weekend the Commission on Social Action, the social justice policy-making body of the Reform Jewish Movement, will join us from across North America in Washington, D.C.
Over the last week, escalating tension on the Temple Mount has resulted in the arrest of both Jews and Arabs. The violence on the holy site has led to accusations of police brutality and a call for an official Knesset investigation.
Even before you think you are ready to become a parent, there are steps you can take to increase the chances of someday having a healthy baby.
This past Saturday, Jews around the world listened to the chanting of Parshat Noach. After the dramatic story of the flood, the destruction of the world and the annihilation of most of the human race, we are privy to yet another tale: the story of the tower of Babel.
On a recent visit to Capitol Hill I found myself outside of Senator Frank Lautenberg’s (D-NJ) office. Senator Lautenberg is one of only a handful of Senators left who served in the U.S. military during World War II.