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Thank you, Mike Fink, for your thoughtful comments about World War I and Armistice Day (or Remembrance Day, as the British Commonwealth terms it). For the 25 years I taught at community … more
I worked on political campaigns in 1976, and Lorber, and others into the 80s.I sat at the Board of Elections and watched them go over absentee ballots. I don’t remember there being mail ballots … more
Farrel Klein (August 2020) argues that raising minimum wage is unsound social policy because businesses must make a profit. Profits vary widely. The average net supermarket profit is 3-5%; … more
(George Floyd’s Police murder sparked BLM’s call for state name change to Rhode Island and Providence Plantations) Swastika’s a good symbol in Hinduism, To Jews, it is … more
(JTA) – The front window of the New Mexico Holocaust Museum in downtown Albuquerque was shattered in an act of vandalism.The incident took place during the funeral of Georgia Rep. John Lewis on … more
The recent death of Albert Memmi, at age 99, has chagrined us greatly. We knew, visited and corresponded with this celebrated French Jewish writer for many years. We even taught his books. French … more
Karen Borger was an incredibly important asset to Jewish Rhode Island. When I, as editor of The Jewish Voice, hired her, I knew immediately I had found a gem. Not only was Karen incredibly … more
In the latest issue of Jewish Rhode Island, I saw some support of the Marxist group, Black Lives Matter. I don’t know how anyone can view this clip and the subsequent four, and possibly endorse … more
Reading about current racial politics in Jewish RI is akin to reading Rudyard Kipling’s “The White Man’s Burden” with a diminution of literary style. A false sense of … more
I want you to know how much I appreciated the editorial [Hope amid the horrors] in June’s Jewish Rhode Island. You nailed it during this terrorizing storm we are uncomfortable and unsure of how … more
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