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A real Jewish leader allows everyone to feel accepted and welcomed.
Tamar Skydell 
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From beer to Barclays, Azriel Chelst is strategizing behind the scenes and netting partnerships with a Torah mindset
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Who Is Bavli?
“Buy pitah?” Bavli was incredulous. “I’ve never heard of such a thing. Maybe in the big cities.”
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SisterSchmooze
When the trip is over, you’re left with stories. Come join us Sisters on our travels around the globe
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Join the Sisters as we explore changing perspectives through our own ambiguous images. Which picture do you see?
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Yardsticks
It was emerald green with silver beading, a silver sash draped over the shoulders. It was a pretty dress, definitely elegant. But…
Esty Heller
Yardsticks
For a moment, my stomach twisted as I observed those flowers — a blatant violation of takanos law 
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Madame Chamberlaine
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