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Jews You Should Know

Jan 22, 2018

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Rarely do we encounter a person whose own life has led literally to the saving of thousand of others'. In our conversation with Eli Beer we meet just such a man: his groundbreaking venture, begun at just 16 years old, has revolutionized emergency care in Israel and around the world.

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Jan 8, 2018

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Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg was a young father when he received the call every parent dreads. His toddler daughter passed away a short time later. Years later, he found a profound way to channel his grief by directing Camp Simcha, a camp for children with cancer. In that role, he discovered that the...


Jan 1, 2018

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Rabbi Cary Friedman is one of the most unique and interesting rabbinic personalities in the Jewish world today. An electrical engineer by training, Rabbi Friedman found his calling as a Jewish outreach professional and teacher of Torah.

A lifelong Batman aficionado and memorabilia collector,...


Dec 25, 2017

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Nissim Black may have grown up in the Jewishly-populated Seattle suburb of Seward Park, but his early life could not have been more distant from those surroundings. Raised around pervasive drug-addiction and gun violence, in the bosom of burgeoning African-American hip-hop culture, the man now named...


Dec 18, 2017

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Alan Veingrad was the not-so-little engine that could. Standing at 6’5” and nearly 300 pounds, he was a raw but high-potential football player relegated to a Division II program for college, then cut by two NFL teams before finally getting his chance as a Green Bay Packer. He eventually went on to...