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Crisscross
I understand that she wants to tell me something. I stroke her hand and force myself to be patient as she struggles to form words
Tovy Mann
Crisscross
“Mommy? Mommy!” I say. Two tears travel slowly down her face. I jump up and bend closer to her. “Ima! Ima! Mommy’s crying!”
Tovy Mann
Veiled Reference Podcast
Glikl of Hameln is a familiar and beloved character to Jewish history enthusiasts. In this episode, we dive beneath the surface of Glikl’s words to deeply appreciate the forces at play for women of her era. In conversation with Professor Elisheva Carlebach. Dr. Carlebach is the Salo Wittmayer Baron Professor of Jewish History, Culture, and Society, at Columbia University.  
BONUS MINIPOD: Shabtai Zvi, Birkas Kohanim, and the Path Away from the Kosel
Tzipora Weinberg
Veiled Reference Podcast
The Silent Strength of Joanna of Burgos Joanna is a name most people won’t recognize, but her story is one for the ages. This episode describes one woman’s faith under fire, in the aftermath of the 1391 massacres in Spain, and the ways women kept their faith throughout the years of the Spanish Inquisition. In conversation with Yael Krumbein. Yael teaches European History at Touro College’s Lander College for Women in New York City and Jewish history at Bais Yaakov Machon Ora High School in Passaic, NJ   MINI-POD: The Rivash and the Chasid Yavetz on women's challenges and triumphs in Spain, 1391-1492
Tzipora Weinberg
Seven Facts
"There would be no more clock. I belonged to the chassidim” R   abbi Leibel Groner, the sentry standing watch at the door of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, was loyal and devoted, matching the Rebbe’s superhuman schedule. Somehow, along with the duties as gabbai in a worldwide network of chassidim and institutions, he was also a
Devorah Weiss
Personal Accounts
"There would be no more clock. I belonged to the chassidim” R   abbi Leibel Groner, the sentry standing watch at the door of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, was loyal and devoted, matching the Rebbe’s superhuman schedule. Somehow, along with the duties as gabbai in a worldwide network of chassidim and institutions, he was also a
Mishpacha Contributors
Personal Accounts
This year, this niggun was an anthem because we showed it. He’s always there for us, but this year, we were there for Him too.
Yisroel Besser
Speak Up
"As long as everyone’s chilled and happy (and you take along good food J) you can have fun anywhere!"
Elky Pascal
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