Jewish overnight camps are serving more children with disabilities and special needs than had previously been believed, but are doing little to publicize or market these offerings, according to a preliminary study released last week by the Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC).
The mechitza at a Mea Shearim wedding. Photos by Gil Cohen-Magen
A lone chasidic man pushing against a bulldozer digging up Jewish graves on the Golan.
In the Jerusalem of his youth, the religious neighborhoods that lay near Gil Cohen-Magen’s secular Kiryat Hayovel in the southwest corner of the capital were foreign territory, just a few hundred yards away.
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The sudden death of a cousin in Florida several years ago forced Erica Brown, left, the Jewish scholar, educator and writer (and Jewish Week columnist), into the role of spiritual adviser and counselor for her grieving family.