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Mindel Kassorla and Cindy Landesman
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Is housing discrimination a hate crime?
David G. Greenfield
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Each time we were outraged, each time nothing happened
David G. Greenfield
Always on Me
Is there something you always carry on you, even if it’s seen better days?
Rabbi Meyer H. May
Always on Me
Is there something you always carry on you, even if it’s seen better days?
Rabbi Aharon Friedler
The Struggle Is the Goal
We each have our own private quests, those goals we tried — or keep trying — to achieve. As we struggle and strive, the process becomes its own destination
Ahuva Holzer
The Struggle Is the Goal
We each have our own private quests, those goals we tried — or keep trying — to achieve. As we struggle and strive, the process becomes its own destination
Yosef Zoimen
TLC Podcast
In part two of this important topic, Rabbi Schonfeld and Rabbi Garfield continue their discussion about gemara with Rav Aaron Lopiansky. How do you reconcile the Torah's view of the age of the world with the theories that the scientific community suggest? How should we be teaching children that eisav soneh Yaakov practically, when they might have regular interactions with the umos haolam? And the BIG QUESTION: How do we relay to boys who are struggling with gemara that they are as equally as important as the metzuyanim?  
Rabbi Ari Schonfeld and Rabbi Yerachmiel Garfield
TLC Podcast
On our first ever episode, Rabbi Schonfeld and Rabbi Garfield discuss the burning questions parents have about raising their children. Is there any validity to the opinion that forcing middle school boys to go to shul on Shabbos is the way to go? When your child reports "facts" that don't line up with that the teacher says, who do you believe? And the BIG QUESTION: Is it possible my son is not cut out for Gemara?
Rabbi Ari Schonfeld and Rabbi Yerachmiel Garfield
By the Letter
As we know in so many areas in Judaism, the end is really just the beginning of something new, something greater That’s it! Chazak, chazak v’nischazeik! We have reached the end of the alef-beis! What more is there to say? But as we know in so many areas in Judaism, the end is really just
Mindel Kassorla and Mindel Kassorla and Cindy Landesman
By the Letter
Life is a cycle — and a spiral that pushes us higher
Cindy Landesman and Mindel Kassorla
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