The Key To Raising A Healthy Child Can Be Found In This Torah Verse

Secure attachment is harder and harder to find these days. It is the ability to rest in yourself, to believe in yourself, to love yourself. Securely attached people feel like the world is mostly safe and people are mostly good. They feel confident to advocate for themselves and take healthy risks. Secure attachment comes about […]

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Rabbinical Court Shuts Down Jerusalem Yeshiva Suspected of Abuse

A Haredi rabbinical court has shut down the Be’er Yehuda yeshiva in Jerusalem after the two rabbinic brothers who are deans there have been indicted by the court on suspicions of sexual abuse. Yitzhak Tufik and Moshe Tufik were found to have committed ‘severe and obscene transgressions’ against students and parents are now forbidden to […]

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Brooklyn Nets Accommodate Amar’e Stoudemire’s Shabbos Observance

Former NBA All-Star for the Phoenix Suns, Amar’e Stoudemire, made headlines recently with his high-profile conversion to Orthodox Judaism and Israeli team ownership. He is doing so again now as the Brooklyn Nets’ new assistant player development coach, whose request to not work on Shabbos has been granted by the team. The Nets considered this […]

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“Meet a Jew in the City” Harlem Pop-Up on CBS News

Jew in the City is reaching out to spread peace and make friendships through a series of Meet A Jew, Make A Friend pop-ups on the streets of New York City. CBS2’s Jessica Layton reports. The press has been covering the story widely, with the Jewish Week, Haaretz and more reporting on it. We look […]

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