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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
I have the opportunity to see a lot of good work being done in our community. And much of that work is done by many, many volunteers. Whether they are helping out at a community Mitzvah Day, … more
Each time we put out a paper, we try to strike a delicate balance. How do we include all the many viewpoints and members of our community?  Despite our singular-sounding name, we are not … more
FREE to good home: an eclectic, “old school” collection of Jewish music in cassette tape format. The two dozen titles include songs presented by Debbie Friedman, Doug Cotler, Jon … more
Rabbi Rosenberg states, “To set the record straight, J Street – the pro-Israel, pro-peace national Jewish organization to which I have belonged since its inception in November 2007 … more
In the last issue of the Jewish Voice, a question was asked of  Mr. Smith of Shalom Memorial Chapel about the process of tahara. As a member of the Rhode Island chevra kadisha (holy burial … more
Last week, we finally had a couple of warm days.  On the day this paper comes out, it’s predicted to be near 80 degrees. Today, as I write this, the heat keeps going on in my house. … more
In the past two weeks, tens of thousands of Palestinian “protesters,” organized by Hamas,  encroached on the Israeli/Gaza border. In their attempts to infiltrate Israel,  they … more
In February 2018, I attended the national annual conference of the Association of Jewish Aging Services (AJAS).  AJAS, founded in 1960 and headquartered in Washington, D.C.,  is an … more
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