The Chronicle Update
Saturday, December 3, 2022
 
Workshop
Baldwin teachers shine educational light on anti-Semitism
By Adam Reinherz
Educators and students address unanswerable questions.
 
Opinion
This is why I don’t dance on Simchat Torah
By Toby Tabachnick
Wrestling with the contradictions of a joyous holiday tied inextricably with despair.
 
Local Holocaust survivors featured in new photo exhibit
By David Rullo | Staff Writer
 
Books
Local author stands up for the ‘unpocketed majority’
By Toby Tabachnick
From power to practicality, it’s pockets that can change the world
 
National
Anti-Semitic hate crimes in NYC have risen significantly in 2019
By Ben Sales JTA
311 hate crimes reported through September
 
Tikkun olam
Jewish surgeon from Africa honors memory of Jerry Rabinowtiz
By Toby Tabachnick
As the country’s only spine surgeon, Rick Hodes has helped more than 1000 patients in Ethiopia. Jerry Rabinowitz, killed on Oct. 27, had planned to volunteer at his clinic.
 
Healthcare / Sydney pediatrician finds value in stillness
By David Rullo | Staff Writer
 
Opinion
President validates anti-Semitic rhetoric
By Dennis Jett
President Trump may be the most anti-Semitic president in history
 
Opinion
I’m a rabbi in El Paso
Here’s how our community started to heal after the deadly shooting
 
Opinion / How Harry Potter can revolutionize engagement in Jewish learning
By Isabel de Koninck
 
Torah
God is slow to anger; we should be, too
By Rabbi Jessica Locketz
Deuteronomy 32:1-52
 
Opinion / Yiddish: The secret handshake
By Stacia Friedman
 
World
Here’s what it’s like to grow up as a Jew in Iraq
By Ben Sales JTA
Iraqi Jew recounts life under Saddam Hussein
 
National / ‘Notorious RBG’ exhibit comes to Pennsylvania
By Eric Schucht
 
Sukkot
A Sukkot feast from Bukhara
By Linda Morel
Sephardi treats
 
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