Letters to the editor
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At one time, the Rhode Island Jewish community was blessed with outstanding lay leaders. Names like Licht, Alperin, Hassenfeld, Sopkin, Ress, Reisman, and many others, stood up and supported the … more
I was very saddened to read about the passing of Warren Rabinowitz.  I took graduate studies at Rhode Island College and Warren was my teacher.   He was no-nonsense, fair, honest and … more
Recently I had the opportunity to take a trip to Israel to visit my son Carmi, who is studying there for the year. What made the trip very special was flying on El Al Airlines. A few months … more
I wanted to comment on your article about the brown siddur (“Timely appearance of brown siddur,” January 2019). I’ve got one too! It belonged to my 92-year-old dad, still with us, … more
As a new metro Providence resident, I was so excited to discover Eastside Marketplace:  independent, great range of products, including a nice range of Kosher products with a supervised Kosher … more
I would like to commend editor Fran Ostendorf and her able staff for the new magazine format. If anyone wants to understand the concept of true artisanship as a means of reconstructing a newspaper … more
  I just want to commend and thank May-Ronny Zeidman for her articles, especially when she writes about her past and brings back so many wonderful memories we can all associate with. This … more
As a reader of The Jewish Voice, I waited until Hanukkah was over, and decided to respond to an article that was written in your Nov. 23, 2018, edition (“Guest speaker dishes on food … more
Rochelle Shatkin’s recent letter to The Voice added important insights to the Kessler/Wiseman discussions about the rising trend in U.S. (and global) anti-Semitism.  Shatkin did her … more
It is unfortunate that The Vermont State Police, as well as the Northampton, Massachusetts, Police Department, pulled out of the seminar in Israel, titled “Resiliency and … more
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