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Roberto Loiederman


AJU program helps young adults explore the many connections between nature and Jewish values

“Experiential learning depends on ‘wow’ moments,” said Aryeh Goldman, 26, coordinator of the Jewish Experiential and Nature Educators ...
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Mining the ‘Golden Age’

Imagine downtown Los Angeles more than 150 years ago: dirt streets, rancheros in town picking up supplies, donkeys carrying sacks of cattle feed.
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Moshe Brodetzky: Triple Threat

When Moshe Brodetzky left City College of New York (CCNY) to enter the military as World War II was raging...
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All in the Family

How three generations of one clan found laughter and love at Camp Alonim Mark Shpall with son Sam at Camp Alonim in 2002. Photo courtesy of Mark ...
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Waging ‘Lawfare’ in Israel

Law student Mattan Erder, left, was inspired to intern with Shurat HaDin after the law center played a role in stopping the second Gaza flotilla. ...
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