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Miki Spitzer
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Emmy Leah Zitter
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Sarah Pardes
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Hadas Afik
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Sandy Eller
The Real Me
We had a class siyum with doughnuts. Everyone was so excited to have a special treat, while we just had to sit and watch
Ruchy Bromberg
The Real Me
My name is Esther. I’m 12 years old and I live in Edgware, London, England. I have something called autism.
Ruchy Bromberg
Someone Should...
Admittedly, accommodations are not always easy and can oftentimes complicate matters
Mrs. Rivkie Feiner
Family First Feature
What steps can we take to help our children become honest and trustworthy?
Elisheva Appel
Family First Feature
On Rosh Hashanah we blow the shofar in memory of this momentous event. An in-depth look at the Akeidah
Gitti Meirovitz
DMCs
“Am I not good enough anymore? Do you need me AND Perry to be with you all the time?”
Devorah Grant
DMCs
Everyone else has pairs and pairs of fashionable shoes. Why am I always different?
Devorah Grant
A Summer Well Spent
"To see how 'I' and 'me' are just ways to say ‘us' and 'we'; to expand yourself to include others"
Yosef Herz
A Summer Well Spent
"It was all part of being there, showing the unaffiliated that bnei Torah can be fun, normal, and serious about Yiddishkeit at the same time"
Yosef Herz
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