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Wednesday, April 8, 2020
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Jeremy J. Fingerman

6 ARTICLES

Ha’od Avi Chai? Is My Father Still Alive?

Forty-six years ago, my parents took our family to Israel for my bar mitzvah. I often reflect on the amazing legacy gift they gave...

Creating a Culture of Care at Camp

Within the past few years, our society has been undergoing a long-overdue shift in the ways we discuss and address mental, emotional and social...

How Learning From the Rosebush Impacted Summer Camp Appreciation

This week, the Jewish calendar presents us with a powerful emotional contrast from which I hope we can all find deep meaning and renewed...

Camp Counselors, Educators Provide Light Amid Darkness

I was honored to represent the Foundation for Jewish Camp at the recent United Nations General Assembly special plenary session titled “Combating Anti-Semitism and...

Dispelling the Myth About Jews and Poverty

Every year, I look forward to attending the Jewish Funders Network (JFN) International Conference and being inspired by the breadth and depth of philanthropic...

For Jewish Camps, There’s Wisdom in Being Special

Long a cornerstone of the American Jewish experience, Jewish summer camp provides kids an unbreakable link to their past and a head start into...

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My Religion Pivoted To Zoom. Will My Faith, Too?

The coronavirus pandemic has been terrible — an overnight realization of the worst-case scenario, truly — for people who hate videoconferencing. People like me. I’m...

Viral Musings: Dealing with ‘Cabin Fever’ in the Days of COVID-19

Pretty much nothing really prepared us for the current statewide “Shelter-in-place” orders issued by Gov. Newsom in light the COVID-19 pandemic. Not to mention...

Bowing of Daffodils Around the Bridal Path

The daffodils are bowing their heads on this gray afternoon In unison. Perhaps they are ashamed To be witness to a plague. Corona may not be a direct...

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‘F— K—s’ Graffiti Found on L.A. Persian Synagogue

Anti-Semitic graffiti was found on a Persian synagogue in Los Angeles on April 7, according to a Facebook post. The graffiti states, “F--- k---s” and...
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