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Connecting in the Digital Age: Jewish Unity in the Face of Extraordinary Diversity
Connecting in the Digital Age: Jewish Unity in the Face of Extraordinary Diversity

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin July 17, 2019

Today, the Jewish community faces a new challenge in that we are more blessedly diverse than ever before, but, as a result, the interests that might bind us can be less obvious than they once were. There is no longer just one perceived “insider language” of the Jewish people, and this fact is becoming increasingly clear to us as technology advances.

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Honoring Her Story: Mother's Day 2019
Honoring Her Story: Mother's Day 2019

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin May 02, 2019

The Torah shares the stories of mothers in every stage. First Sarah and later Rachel as soon-to-be mothers, yearning for a child of their own while their extended families blossom; The fierce love of Rebecca for her son Yaakov, the bravery of Yocheved who cast her infant into the Nile in desperate hope for his survival;

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Centering Liberation: a Guide for a Social Justice Seder
Centering Liberation: a Guide for a Social Justice Seder

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin April 16, 2019

The phrase “social justice” tends to awaken strong feelings in people because it evokes core beliefs, values and experiences. Justice, and the search for it, has always been inherently political; it's a struggle between the “haves and the have-nots,” and a conversation about where power lies and why. 

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Our Big Basement Seder
Our Big Basement Seder

by Kolbo fine judaica gallery Admin April 09, 2019

My father and his brothers grew up in a barn, literally. Their parents, my Bubby and Zeda, paid the local handyman/architect in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, to transform the giant structure into a home where the Solomons could “spread out and be comfortable.”

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