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"hebrew union college" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

Jewish History Matters

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on Jewish History Matters

"Hi sharon hi sarah. Hi jonathan welcome to the podcast. I'm so excited to be able to talk to you guys about this book. Hi jason i'm sarah buchanan. Nor thanks so much for having us. Hines the sharon me. It's really nice to be a part of this. And i'm jonathan crasner. Thank you guys so much. It's such an interesting book. Such a fascinating topic very specific topic. But it's one more. I think there's a lot of really interesting directions in which we can take it. You know talking about jewish camping talking about jewish languages talking about american jewish life. American jewish culture. Kind of broadly speaking. I think that that it might be really useful to actually start out where the book starts the hebrew spoken at jewish camps in the us. What you call cap. Hebrew english is not the same as vernacular hebrew which is spoken in modern day israel. So do you guys. Have you wanna comment about what this idea means to you. Is this language. And why is it important. In terms of understanding the dynamics of jewish culture jewish education and so on we went into camps and we started to hear and see the hebrew that was being used. We recognized immediately that it wasn't hebrew spoken in israel and that it was really a variety of language that was drawing from lots of different sources this variety however look these cam is really drawing for all sorts of histories and experiences and one of the things that we tried to tune in. The book was to trace these histories of cow. Hebrew found its way into american jewish camping. How it changed over time. Both in relation to the american jewish community was happening in the united states. Obviously with the establishment of state of israel. How the american. Jewish community reacted responded with its own relationship with hebrew and then bringing it into the modern times of what's happening today and so when you look at it across the trajectory we can see that this variety of this language really has a very specific meaning within the camp context in has rich cultural meaning for american cheats. I see cap hebrew in three whiz. I see at first and foremost as an insider language. These is a language that is understandable. Only people that are in the group. It's something that they share in common. It's a community building exercise if you will the creation and the dissemination of this language second is jewish language inspired by and it is definitely located with in a jewish context and third. It's zionist language. The decision to have a heavy iced english as opposed to. Yiddish is english or a latino english. That was a specific decision. It was a very conscious decision that was made early on. If you go back and you look at the early history of these camps and how this language was created the people who were invested in the creation of this language were zionists and they were looking to the project in palestine and inspired by it when they started speaking hebrew it now the listeners might be wondering what we're talking about when we're talking about camp. Henry is english. So i guess i should give an example in some camps you might have just jewish life words like they might say after beer cut. We're going to go straight to own egg. And those are words that you would hear outside of camp. In many jewish communal settings but many camps that are more to the right of the on the continuum of hebrew richness would have sentences that have a lot more hebrew words in them so they might say something like honey theme and module him go to the tach run for a lot era of now that has so many hebrew words that it really wouldn't be comprehensible to somebody who didn't go to a jewish summer camp that has a lot of hebrew words but note that it's still an english sentence in that the grammar and the function words are english right. They wouldn't use a full hebrew sentence at most camps and then even farther to the right on that continuum of hebrew richness. You have camps that do all of their announcements in hebrew and in some cases this is a hebrew that is mostly set phrases so they might just say something like guess share a mirage cadore saul Salim live bait knesset right so that they would be saying the name of a group and the place where they're supposed to go and people listening to that would just have to listen for the name of their group and the police. They're supposed to go. But then some camps have much more complex sentences in hebrew in their announcements and in other camp public language.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

Judaism Unbound

07:40 min | 4 months ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on Judaism Unbound

"Myths that became the architecture of the the first part of genesis. Not only what you think they were doing. But i am also asking whether we can identify and to the extent that we can. What is it a unique israelite take on the mythology and the the ideas that were in their mill. You you know. But but really it was the israelites. Who took that step in a different direction and if so what was that direction in the babylonian flood story the hero is named pitched In another version is called atrocities in the biblical story. He's called no But we even have two stories one from j source and one from the or sorace if you want to know more about that. Read professor friedman's book on who wrote the bible so we have multiple versions of the flood story from bob bologna and from israel and you can read them closely and see how they are ticu -lating and transforming certain themes. I like your transition from nietzsche doing this to the bible to genesis doing this to babylonian literature because it is very much the same thing. The birth of the bible itself is a kind of rebirth of older ideas. You know if. God forgive me didn't just come from mount sinai. It came from older ideas about religion about creation about about reality that were circulating in the ancient near east. That one thing that is important in this regard is to realize that ancient israel was a newcomer in the ancient near east and they were self conscious of that. They knew that they were new. Young nation in the ancient near east. That they you know that. They emerged out of egyptian slavery and so forth. These are old civilizations that they're talking about that. Abraham came from war of the call. Dis that the tower of babel was way back. In the past they knew that ancient mesopotamia and ancient egypt had been around for way longer than they had and they knew that they were a young culture and we can see this in their use of older stories and older ideas that they are making their own. The babylonian flood story revolves around a conflict. Between two gods one is end. Lil the high god. Who's a little bit grumpy and humans. Make too much noise. And he can't get a good night's sleep so he wants to destroy all of humans eventually with flood to to get them to shut up so he can have a good night's sleep now. He's not depicted very admirably. The other god named anke is the wise god who created humans and he has great compassion for humans. They are his creatures. And he's the one that saves the humans from enke's wrath by telling his favorite human to build a boat and then at the end and little shows up and says why. Why are people still alive in says. You shouldn't have done this. This immoral and and lil is kind of a bashed and the other gods joined in. He says okay okay. This won't happen again. And he even gives immortality to to the flood survivors to mr and mrs fled survivor now in the biblical story. There's only one god in order to tell this story. The same god has to be the one who destroys humans in the flood and the one who creates them and saves them one of the things that this does is make a portrait of a god who has internal ethical conflicts. These are the sorts of things that we see our innovations even in the concept of god in the ancient israelite story. And you see it when you put it next to the babylonian story which we know is much older. It's older by you. Know roughly a thousand years to the biblical story. So you can see where things come. There's also details in the biblical story that show that they were borrowed or or descended from the babylonian story. So it's not just a coincidence that these two stories existed so that's one of the really wonderful things about genesis is that we can see these things and it's not just speculation. 'cause we have these older texts from other cultures as i was listening to you describing that merging of two guides into one two perspectives into one. I i'm curious whether you visited the creation museum which is near cincinnati and my family and i went there. One time i actually. It was one of the best days of my life but it was. It was so strange you know but it was a museum of a particular strain of christianity that really takes genesis extremely literally and you know for example. One of my favorite exhibits. Was this one that talks about. Who did cain mary. If there were no other people around and the answer is that he must have married his sister because where else with any women have come from so she's not mentioned but with the only parents that could have been adamant if so he must have married his sister. But don't worry about the issues that you might be concerned about in in terms of recessive diseases and whatnot. Because the whole reason why. We don't have incest today. Where against incest today is because of the fear of double recessive diseases. But those for mutations and when you're talking about the second generation of people that ever walked the earth there wouldn't have been any time for mutations so there's no concern that there's a problem in the jeans and so it's okay that a person married his sister and like the level of taking this so litter jellicoe christian. Now i'm excited about this. And i can make the argument. You know it was. It was actually like very almost like brilliantly offering that it it just struck me as wow like. This is not what the author of genesis had in mind. I'm pretty sure. yeah now. This is an amazing example. This is another chapter in the life of genesis or the chapter in the life of the bible. This creation museum in kentucky. It's one of my favorite things and it's on my bucket list. I haven't been there yet. But i actually. In one of my classes. I give people a virtual tour of it because people have taken so many slides of it and i have a a a student. Who's now professor at hebrew union college cincinnati. And so he's gonna take me on a tour at next i'm there it's an amazing thing simply visually that. This creation museum is constructed on the model of a natural history museum and there's even animatronic dinosaurs in there and of course there's the trick. Dinosaurs are in the garden of eden in k. Because you know these people believe that There's wasn't enough time. You know the the world is it was created in four thousand and four. Bbc bbc and so dinosaurs were simultaneous with humans. And such so. These people are fundamentalists. And they're trying to read genesis in particular as a scientific treatise every detail in it is is. A fact is a scientific in so to do that. The intellectual contortions they have to make are just mind-bending when the flood receded created the grand canyon which you know a long time to make the grand canyon like the colorado river didn't make that and six hours but they have to tell you how it did so they are doing these amazing contortions you know. It's like a cirque de soleil of fundamentalism. They are combining the life of the bible with the life of modern science. And saying.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:34 min | 9 months ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Us. Maggie Action is here and she is Talking about a new book. That Rabbi Rachel Adler has written. It's called tails. Of the Holy Mystery cat. Jewish wisdom stories by a feline mystic and Rachel is is not able to join us. But Maggie welcome. It's nice to have you with us here, the publisher of the book and a good friend of of Rachel's and one of the key players and how this came about koalas, please. Okay. Thank you so much for inviting me to be on your show. I thought I heard a little tussle as you were reading the title. I did have a little shock. That is exactly the reaction that that Hell, And I hope will will be potential readers reaction as well. Russell and I met almost Like in 30 years ago when she started a woman's Thomas Group in Los Angeles. Hard to believe. But at the time there was almost no place that a woman could go to study Talmud You know whether you want to say excluded prevented discouraged. Forbidden. Women's business and couldn't studies Hamad first in New York. There was someplace in Israel a few places. Of course I immediately signed up for the class. All you have to do is serve did something and it because more attractive? Of course, of course, of course. And I saw the director for For many years. Until and and her inspiring teaching of Hamad and teaching about success. Russia He had daughters, the great commentator, and so it was due to her that I became an author and You know, I had three trilogy on rush daughters and more books after that from Penguin and I will When I started I was, Of course I was Facebook friends. Let's recount. And when she when she adopted the Mr Katz, which I guess was about 15 years ago are sometime After that. She started posting on Facebook. All the Interesting and strange behaviors of her cats. Which convinced her that this cast was actually a re incarnated. Um, let's see how she she describes it that He was the reincarnation. He was the reincarnation of a Luminous. Biotic mystic from Olden times who had finally climbed to the top of the reincarnation ladder. Which Wass. Cap. Ah, even higher effort. Hey, Maggie. Maggie just used to me a favor. Many people may not understand what the tall mint is, and I know there are a lot of people that are saying, What is she talking about? So just explain real quick. Okay and Judaism. We have the Bible, the Torah, which is the written law. But we also have The aura law, which explains a lot of questions are answered. It answers a lot of questions that you ask later about the Bible. And what do we do about these certain laws that we can't do any more now that the temples destroyed? And so the rabbis in Babylonia in the like, seconds to fifth century obviously spent a whole lot of time not only answering all these questions That's coming up with new questions and trying to answer them so That is the aural law, the Talbot and as opposed to the Bible, which you can get. In what book? The helmet is a whole bookcase of books. Okay, thanks for the clarification that third anyway, but that's great discussion. The fact that yes, thanks. Thank you so much. The fact that Is such an esteemed firm in ist theologian is just also extraordinary because you know, it just is unheard of what she is. Yes. Yes. What she has accomplished is Is astonishing, and I felt so grateful. To have studied with her to have learned from her. That Win when the mystic cat died, Um, you know, a couple of years ago. I wanted to You know, I love the stories and I have my own small press that I had published. You know a couple of my books previously and it and I went to her and I said, I would really like to publish A book of all the All Your Facebook coz. You know if you can put them in some kind of order, I would love to publish it and it won't cost, you know, And I told him I wouldn't Carter anything she could get her percentage that authors get And this is my way of playing it forward. And I admit I'm a cat owner, a cat lover. Are you going to say? My cat owns May companions. That's the word they used. And she took quite a bit of, um, uh, arguing will not arguing, but I had to persuade her. And we also had some helpers. Rabbi who is who's an editor said She was followed here. Her entering feels Have some students from from a juicy Hebrew Union College in Los Angeles. They were offended, says that explains And I think she finds a felt like it would be easier just to give us the files of the Facebook post and not have to deal with it anymore. I think she did quite expect there to be above happening. Tell You know, we had a galley, right? How exciting How absolutely exciting. And so the book is out. Tales of the Holy missed Mr Cat. Jewish wisdom stories by a feline mystic. And out of the stories. What can you share with us? Maggie? What one of your favorite stories in the book? I certainly roo Maggie. Oh, Maggie, we're out of time. I can't. You can't. But I appreciate your being with us, and we wish were killed the best And what's the website? How can people find out more? Okay? The website is the Mr Cat Tails. All one word. Got calm,.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on KCRW

"The one thousand four before San Fernando road collision blocking the slow lane and in Sherman oaks northbound on the one zero one after van Nuys boulevard. There's a collision that cleared vehicles averaging fifty miles per hour and under from Vermont avenue. Thank you. Sean Cermak always keeping us updated. As we move on. With the news on KCRW. It's four twenty. This is marketplace, I'm KAI Ryssdal. With an eye toward the calendar. Tuesday, next to be specific a story about office, politics, bore actually politics at the office, which is a whole 'nother thing a thing that has reached a whole 'nother level in the past couple of years so with the midterms week away and political emotions in this country running. Hi, how are companies managing politics on the job? Marketplace's Marielle cigar has that one next Wednesday the morning after the election. He meant a heart sock is going to be treating her employees to bagels and bloody Marys heart sock runs. A software company in DC called phone to action and the breakfast is kind of a bribe. She's trying to get her employees to talk to each other about their feelings on the election companies should embrace this conversation's put some boundaries in damn bad. You know allowed them because they're going to happen anyway, heart sock and her business partner started. The bagels and bloodies tradition after the two thousand sixteen presidential election phone two action had about forty five employees at the time. Some Republicans some Democrats, and it had been a bruising campaign things have gotten pretty tense in the office over issues like abortion and immigration. So that Wednesday morning Herzog got the food and the booze gathered everyone in a room and said talk it out, and I think that created so much empathy to here. Yeah. I voted for Trump for the for these reasons and the other person was scatter that I'm gonna be kicked out of here. Herzog says that conversation led to more conversations and last month when supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh testified in front of congress. The co workers watch the hearings together Johnny see Taylor junior who runs the society for human resource management says it's getting harder and harder to keep politics out of the office. We're constantly being bombarded with these topics are the the headlines of the day. And so it's a little naive of us to think that human beings at work aren't going to talk about politics. Taylor says the group is constantly hearing from its members about the employees who keeps wearing a political bracelet to client meetings or the one who won't stop badmouthing. The president Taylor says companies shouldn't ban political talk, but they have to draw a line somewhere like after the two thousand sixteen election when employees were threatening each other or crying at their desks. A lot of employers went to those employees and said, listen, get yourself together. Someone was gonna win someone was going to lose. But we have to run our business and businesses have to maintain a workplace where employees feel comfortable a Randstad survey released last week found that more than half of workers have witnessed colleagues arguing over politics. Most said that stressed him out and more than forty percent said they'd felt excluded at work because of their political views Susan Lamont who runs the HR consulting firm. Exactly. Oh, says companies have to be careful or they could get sued. There's a lot of laws around how certain heaters in the workplace or governed, and that makes it harder for organizations to ignore complaints or frustrations around political talk. There are some people who think it's important to talk about politics at work. Margaret Moore's went egg is a rabbi and a teacher at Hebrew union college in New York, she says arguing is part of her job description. It's preserved in the Tomlin, which is to a great extent arguments that either actually happened or that were imagined when AIG and her colleagues argue about a lot of things, including politics, they're a liberal group, but they disagree strongly on Israel and elections. They've you argument as a learning experience, and if that model can be multiplied out in many workplaces, maybe Americans would be less isolated from one another because of political positions and maybe. The water cooler would be a friendlier place. I'm maryelle cigar for marketplace. We have an occasional series. We do called.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Death penalty against shooting suspect Robert Bowers facing charges on twenty nine counts accused of walking into a synagogue opening fire with an AR fifteen type rifle and handguns killing eleven people wounding six more ABC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas hate crimes states for statute, there's one that is taken quite seriously because it involves an act of violence based on race or ethnic background religion is kind of crime in which someone is killed simply for who. They are. And in Pittsburgh, thousands of people from all walks of life gathering to remember the victims at a vigil this evening representatives of many religions attended including executive director of the areas Islamic center Wasi Mohammed, we just want to know what you need. You know, if it's more money, let us know if it's people outside your next service protecting you let us know. We'll be there. Dave Packer ABC news factor. Gary Zoeller teaches at Cincinnati's Hebrew union, college, and is considered a national expert on anti semitism and attacks on synagogues. What we witnessed this past weekend was a tragic I Jews murdered in their synagogue in the United States during the nineteen sixties lots of synagogues in this country were attacked, and but never never has there been and then sit in to the best of my knowledge never in our history. Have people been shut down in? The course of worship doctor Zola says that people who believe themselves a true patriot. A true American then you couldn't possibly advocate this kind of hatred. Matt Reese, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl..

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Tears of sadness after a mass shooting over the weekend in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This is the one o'clock report. Good morning. I'm rob carpenter breaking. Now, the US attorney in Pittsburgh says he's seeking approval for the death penalty against shooting suspect Robert Bowers facing charges on twenty nine counts accused of walking into a synagogue opening fire with an AR fifteen type rifle and handguns killing eleven people wounding six more ABC chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas. Hate crimes statute that taken quite seriously because it involves an act of violence based on someone's race or ethnic background religion is kind of crime in which someone is killed simply for who. They are. And in Pittsburgh, thousands of people from all walks of life gathering to remember the victims at a vigil this evening, representatives of many religions attended including executive director of the areas Islamic center Wasi Mohammed, we just want to know what you need, you know, if it's more money. Let us know if it's people outside your next service protecting you let us know. We'll be there. Dave Packer, ABC news. Dr Gary Zoeller teaches at Cincinnati's Hebrew union college, and is considered a national expert on antisemitism and attacks on synagogues. What we witnessed this past weekend was a tragic I Jews murdered in their synagogue in the United States during the nineteen sixties lots of synagogues in this country were attacked and bombed. But. Never never has there been and then sit in the best of my knowledge never in our history. Have people been shot down in? The course of worship doctor Zola says that people who believe themselves a true patriot. A true American then you couldn't passably advocate this kind of hatred. Matt Reese, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w..

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on Can We Talk?

Can We Talk?

11:06 min | 2 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on Can We Talk?

"Our different power dynamics I did not think about confronting him and from that point on whenever we cross paths which unfortunately we did because we were in the same social science circles I would keep keep him at more than arm's length and it was extremely uncomfortable to be anywhere in the vicinity of him I would you know dart around the room room to keep away or otherwise. You know sit with someone that I felt more comfortable with. Were you afraid that you're pushing him. Away could have consequences for your career. It wasn't so much that I was concerned that by rejecting acting his sexual over chores that I would face repercussions exactly but more that you know I it wouldn't open doors for sure he he was in a position of power and and I think it was more about not saying anything that would expose rose him call him out for his behavior that I was afraid live doing you know that that there could be personal and professional consequences. Were you thinking about all of this one. It was actually happening happening like what was going through your mind at that time when he reached across the table and took my hand. I remember thinking you know what is he doing. And why is he doing that. I gingerly you know move. Move my hand out of his hand and back to my side of the table out of you've kind of a you know a concern. I didn't want to upset Him. In that context I didn't want want to hurt his ego. uh-huh and therefore I tried to steer the conversation back to professional topics and questions and networking and career career building rather than my personal love life. I was not interested in exchanging favors of any kind yeah okay so this was all in two thousand eleven now this past summer June June and July two thousand eighteen. You wrote an op Ed about this experience in the Jewish week and your op Ed was quickly followed by a an article in which you and several other women describe similar experiences with Steven Cohen. How did you get it to the point where you decided you wanted to make the story public. There were a number of variables that contributed to my deciding to write that op Ed as the metoo movement went on. I began to realize that by staying silent. I was in inadvertently complicit in protecting sexual predators. I mean I knew from the me too movement that that the issue was much bigger than my own story and then this one man and I also had wondered you know why didn't didn't I know what I wish I had because then I would not have had dinner with him in the first place and what about other women men who wouldn't know and the the thought of other women being in that position weighed very very heavily on my shoulders rollers and I was compelled to write it. I had to do it. So how did it feel to be part of. Stepping forward actually naming Stephen Cohen as the perpetrator. I was scared and nervous. Yes I mean there. Were so many unknowns Michael. How would he react. I had no idea what would people think. Would people bowl question what I said. Would they question my scholarship. What would happen next. Would anyone do anything thing to change the structure in the systems that allow that kind of behavior to go unchecked and can you talk about what has happened in the past couple months since you came forward with the story sure that's the upside of the story the response this was immediate and overwhelmingly positive. I received incredible words of compassion and understanding and solidarity and gratitude. Were you surprised by that. I was I mean I. I took a a personal professional risk. It seemed like you know I dam had been broken and there was a flood of of communication occasion and of experiences that other people had had both with Steven Cohen and with other individuals so after you and other women came forward Hebrew Union College where Cohen was employed opened a title nine investigation and and he resigned he has publicly admitted or at least says he doesn't deny some of the allegations against him so let's bring bring Judith into the conversation here. Both of you have been involved in different forums that are trying to address sexual assault and harassment in the Jewish community. Can you talk about some of the particular challenges sure so first of all. Can I just WANNA. Thank you for sharing your story. I know it's not easy to do and it doesn't necessarily get easier to do it again and again a few months ago before Karen's peace and everything that has unfolded and since then I was really feeling ailing some despair looking around the Jewish community and saying really the Jewish community incapable of facing its perpetrators and bringing them down so now okay we've made a little bit of progress but there are a lot of other stories out there some of which have yet to come to light and I think one of the things that's been really interesting as a for me as a communal professional just to see how much resistance there still is to acknowledging. The problems of the whole world also exists in the Jewish community. It's almost like a joke right Lake Nick. Oh does that really happen here and but we're Jews and it's we're so many she and our communities are so hamish and you know all these kinds of ways ways of basically not wanting to air dirty laundry or recognized that Jews are humans and therefore fallible just like anyone else and that in fact there's a lot of like like patriarchy baked into our culture. I think that was part of what fed into my initial hesitation to come forward forward. There's definitely a false sense of security which we're slowly dismantling and that needs to be dismantled dismantled in every realm of the Jewish community and in the larger American community I recently had the opportunity to collaborate with women of other faith backgrounds and hear their stories and I think it's important for us to all come together and and realized that no community he is immune yeah. It's also I think about from whose perspective are we seeing things so even the claim that well this community is like a family and so it should feel safe and secure and all these things like well that isn't what family always means to women right like we know from research about violence against women that the families actually the least safe place for women so it may be shouldn't be surprising that in a community that's designed to feel like a family there are also dangerous women that come along with that exactly and and unfortunately women who did try to come forward before me to really experience the brunt of that because they were told oh he wouldn't do that or you're going to ruin his career. He has a family and I feel extremely fortunate that I didn't hear anything like like that. I will say as much as I don't. like to revisit my own Experiences Sciences I do feel stronger now than I did and I know that there are other people who are rocking the boat with me and ultimately it isn't just about helping women in the same way that feminism isn't just about helping women. It's about equality and it's about working together all of us all genders in order to make our communities our lives and the world better so there is a lot of of work to do and a lot of educating and re educating and I include myself in that because I am a product of our society and I know that contributed to my initial frozenness and hesitation and even growing up being taught. You know if you don't have something nice to say. Don't say hey it as somebody who spends my life collecting in immersing myself in the stories of women's lives. I also want to be very respectful of the fact that women have no it is their right to tell their story or not tell their story and no one has the responsibility to share something if she doesn't don't want to and I guess maybe a question for you. Karen is as someone who has taken that risk of speaking up and putting yourself out there in that way. What can the Jewish community do to make that safer and easier for people well. I think the Jewish community has already begun doing that which very very glad to see..

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Of hours every day. But if like par core. Oh sure to listen. Do you have a muzzle tough? I don't know muzzle Tove, but I wanted to give a shout out to my co producer, Josh cross, who is off vacationing in France, the you would never know it by the number of emails and text. We get from him and Josh is the best. So you all hear his credits at the end of the show, you don't know how often we all get swept into his apartment to do a lot of these segments off schedule. So huge types of Joshua's. He's drinking wine and sending us pictures of village. We'll say, wait, Victor, Josh was in the Marais in Paris and got stop. Our last episode was we went on the Hobart mitzvah tank, Josh got stop by someone who said, are you Jewish? And it was like, oh, bad guy. He's like, yes. And I also do this podcast and we just had an episode with you guys. He's like, oh, yeah, New York, right. So has not put onto filling it got him out of linked to fill and you just you just redirected the guy. Before we do final credits, I want to give a quick shout out to the downtown Jews. Where are you? Downtown Jews uptown. I'm telling you, they're up there up in the sky box. It's a new twenties and thirties group that has having their maiden night out with us tonight, a full baker's dozen of them bought tickets. I don't know if they all made it, but a lot of them bought tickets and there in the audience with their rabbinic student leader, Dina godly, but Hebrew union college, and we just want to say, mazal tov for for for starting something great. And before we conclude now, I think I would be a very bad Jap if I didn't hit everyone in this room up for money, we are doing our Dona drive. It's true, and there's a very special competition that goes.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Manage yelling ju but i call an anti ju ju leftist you and what they're talking about it i was earlier today it's called spin room i have the video up on my side because i i had to run it i mean honestly it's everything meat for me not to pull the mike off and because they they don't stop talking because they can't let you speak ideas cannot withstand scrutiny cannot withstand challenge so they have to talk over here when he's just yelling to whether it's the guys who bought a whether it's iran whether it's the visit my yahoo and with merckel and and macaroni occupation occupation occupation and they asked me i said i you asking me about the occupation i said i will not dignify your fault there is no occupation occupation is the jihadis occupying jewish land that's the only occupation and of course he starts frothing at the mouth and needless to say it goes down with from there yeah lincoln at my website too it's incredible because this is really you know this is something i noticed early in the game when you and i we first when we first started you know a pat started crossing i remember we were at a proisrael rally together that was what two thousand seven two thousand eight around there i this is what i was doing in the early days is covering these things in meeting covered the vicious hatred but one thing i did notice almost right away that these anti israel rallies there's always a large contingent of left wing jews oh wait i have never seen at a proisrael rally ever a contingent of pro israel muslims never seen that no i never will but this is what this is the public face of our enemy the ad l oh look at this this speech that was given that the hebrew union college institute i mean los angeles is a loss caused but nonetheless to have michael chavanne you know as a speaker at a rabbinical institute is is bizarre the man doesn't believe in god and we're still they don't have you speak no don't have wafa kahn or or robert spencer warwick why dr andy boston i mean where's the at least at.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The hebrew union college jewish institute of religion who was killed in a plane crash saturday morning rabbi aaron pankin was piloting small aircraft when it went down in new york state about seventy miles north west of manhattan shortly after taking off from the airport one other person was injured in the crash pankin led the colleges four campuses including the one in cincinnati on clifton avenue melissa neeley newsradio seven hundred wwl w k stop foreign diplomat will be in dc this week as part of a last ditch effort to convince president donald trump to stay in the iran nuclear deal british foreign secretary boris johnson will meet with secretary of state mike pompeo and other top officials after publishing a new oped urging the us to give talks to fix the deal more time johnson's visit is a last minute plea from europe after french president macron and german chancellor merkel visited in april trump faces a deadline saturday to waive sanctions on iran again or to let them snap back and withdraw the us from the deal connor finnegan abc news washington well a new method for treating serious injuries more from abc news traumatic brain injury is the single leading cause of death from injury in the us one hundred thousand people are hospitalized with it and fifty thousand of them die every year which is why something called multi stem is so promising to doctors it's a process by which cells from those that are healthy are infused into someone who's suffering helping to stimulate that person's immune system so that the body's own repair processes can be more dominant after charles cox says trauma surgeon at the busiest level one trauma center in the country in houston he says you need that natural immune system boost if your body is to recover failure of your lungs kidneys other oregon's happens in about twenty five percent of patients who survived the resuscitation after hemorragic shock you know who else is interested in this the us army it's agreed to pump two million dollars into research and development because the two most common causes of death.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A missing patterson woman in new jersey police say they have found in the backseat of a car a woman's body related to that missing woman a grisly discovery made just outside an apartment complex on marion street and officials are awaiting autopsy results to determine if in fact the body is that of twenty four year olds deny coley who went missing december fifth police are looking to the public for help in finding a man who they say attempted to rape woman early this morning cops say that thirty four year old woman was walking towards her home on broadway and west two hundred fifteenth street about five forty a m when a man came from behind and reached underneath her skirt and put his hand over her mouth as she opened the gate to her building she screamed and was able to pull away but was not harmed the suspect described as a black male about six feet tall hundred fifty pounds partially bald at last lucky was wearing a black shirt and grey hats us senator chuck schumer is concerned about teenagers growing addiction to e cigarettes he is calling for a crackdown van kidfriendly e cigarette flavors standing with new york kids who say they have become addicted to easter eggs schumer specifically blasted the manufacturers of jewel which makes kidfriendly flavors of nicotine laced liquid such as creme brulee mango and fruit medley he says e cigarette use among middle and high school students has more than triple between twenty eleven in two thousand sixteen and schumer wants the fda to use its nicotine regulating powers to ban flavors attractive teenagers the president of a jewish seminary has died in a plane crash in orange county hebrew union college jewish institute says there president died in.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Carfree it's the most liberating experience thirty two thousand people took part in this year's event event organizers had to cap the number of riders because more than one hundred thousand people had signed up the ride began this morning in tribeca then headed north through central park to the bronx through queens and brooklyn finally ending in staten island rudy giuliani says president trump wants to testify in the ongoing special counsel investigation hope we get a chance to tell them the risks that he's taking so he may testify on abc's this week program guiliani says he cannot be confident that the president won't invoke the fifth amendment against selfincrimination he did say however that it is a good idea if he just simply sits down and is speaks to the counselor directly special counsel robert muller that is trump's personal lawyer says the legal team may actually work things out with him because speaking with him directly as good the hebrew union college jewish institute says it is it's president did die in a small plane crash in orange county yesterday morning rabbi our in deep pankin dodd when that iran ika seven ac aircraft he was riding in crash in middletown near donelson town road the faa is reporting that the plane went down shortly after taking off from rattle airport one other person was injured and survived that crash gina hospital is going through now with her nomination is the next cia director the washington post reported that she was looking to withdraw her nomination from consideration on friday but she was concerned over confirmation hearing in the damage you could cause to her own reputation as well as to that of the cia as well some people have been critical of hassles role in her interrogation technique following the september that actually means something because it's the exact price you'll pay for the car you want including fees and accessories and best of all you'll know if you're true prices competitive because truecar shows you other people are paying for the.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

"In orange county new york hebrew union college jewish institute president rabbi aaron d pankin died in the crash the faa says the plane and air ronca seven ac crash near donelson town road just after taking off from randall airport in may middletown one other person was injured in the crash governor cuomo is proposing a ban on offshore drilling off the coast of new york the proposed ban is a direct challenge to the trump administration's recent pledge to expand offshore drilling i have no problem passing that law and going to fort ensuing the trump administration speaking in lower manhattan cuomo said an oil spill off our shores could cause irreparable harm sending oil into the new york harbor the hudson river in all areas off long island south shore and the east end and he said it must be stopped the governor added the federal government's plan to open coastal waters to drilling shows in absolute disregard for science and history i'm lisa g for seven ten wr doctors will gather in hartford over the summer to decide whether medical marijuana can use the legally as a treatment for opioid abuse and withdrawal the decision by the state medical marijuana program border physicians could be influenced by two studies published last month and the journal of the american medical association which reported that state's permitting medicinal use of marijuana have seen a drop in opioid prescriptions most experts agree that the use of cannabinoid says shown positive effects and pain management and some argue that instead of starting patients on opioids medical marijuana could be prescribed instead despite the decrease in prescriptions connecticut is still seeing an increase in opioid related deaths in large parts of the spread of synthetic opioids such as fencing all and now the wwl our weather channel forecast to what end of the weekend cloudy with rain showers periods of rain expected later in the evening low fifty five tomorrow partly cloudy high sixty nine tuesday sunny high sixty nine wednesday mostly sunny high seventy three thursday partly cloudy high sixty five wake up with.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Dollars reward for any information to help with the investigation arizona senator john mccain is reportedly making plans for his last days yes he's reportedly planning for his own funeral the new york times reports that the white house has been notified and vice president mike pence is expect to attend president trump will not mccain is battling an aggressive form of brain cancer and is preparing the arrangements at washington national cathedral he has disclosed that the memoir he is currently working on the restless wave good times just causes great fights and other appreciations will be his last monica nelson nbc news radio we now know the president of a jewish seminary was killed in the small plane crash in orange county new york hebrew union college jewish institute president rabbi aaron deep pankin died in the crash the faa says the plane and air ronca seven ac crash near donelson town road just after taking off from randolph airport in middletown one other person was injured in the crash governor cuomo is proposing a ban on offshore drilling off the coast of new york the proposed ban is a direct challenge to the trump administration's recent pledge to expand offshore drilling i have no problem passing the law and ensuing the trump administration speaking in lower manhattan cuomo said an oil spill off our shores could cause irreparable harm sending oil into the new york harbor the hudson river in all areas off long island's south shore and the east end and he said it must be stopped the governor added the federal government's plan to open coastal waters to drilling shows in absolute disregard for science and history i'm lisa g for seven ten wr doctors will gather in hartford over the summer to decide whether medical marijuana can be used illegally as a treatment for opioid abuse and withdrawal the decision by the state medical marijuana program board of physicians could be influenced by two studies published last month in the journal of the american medical association which reported that state's permitting medicinal use marijuana have seen a drop in opioid prescriptions most experts agree that the use of cannabinoid says shown positive effects and pain management and some argue that instead of starting patients on opioids medical marijuana could be prescribed instead despite the decrease in prescriptions connecticut is still seen an increase in opioid related deaths in large parts of the spread.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

"County new york hebrew union college jewish institute president rabbi aaron d pankin died in the crash the faa says the plane and air ronca seven as c crashed near donelson town road just after taking off from randolph airport in middletown one other person was injured in the crash governor cuomo is proposing a ban on offshore drilling off the coast of new york the proposed ban is a direct challenge to the trump administration's recent pledge to expand offshore drilling i have no problem passing that law and going to court suing the trump administration speaking in lower manhattan cuomo said an oil spill off our shores could cause irreparable harm sending oil into the new york harbor the hudson river in all areas off long island's south shore and the east end and he said it must be stopped the governor added the federal government's plan to open coastal waters to drilling shows in absolute disregard for science and history i'm lisa g for seven ten wr doctors will gather in hartford over the summer to decide whether medical marijuana can be used illegally as a treatment for opioid abuse and withdrawal the decision by the state medical marijuana program boarded physicians could be influenced by two studies published last month in the journal of the american medical association which reported that state's permitting medicinal use of marijuana have seen a drop in opioid prescriptions most experts agree that the use of cannabinoid says shown positive effects and pain management and some argue that instead of starting patients on opioids medical marijuana could be prescribed instead despite the decrease in prescriptions connecticut is still seeing an increase in opioid related deaths in large parts of the spread of synthetic opioids such as fencing all and now the wwl our weather channel forecast a wet end of the weekend cloudy with rain showers periods of rain expected later in the evening low fifty five tomorrow partly cloudy high sixty nine tuesday sunny high sixty nine wednesday mostly sunny high seventy three thursday partly cloudy high sixty five wake up with len berman and michael riedel in the morning six to ten tomorrow morning i'm rob dawson on seven ten wrr an nbc news radio station rewind to friday's len berman and.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Dollars reward for any information to help with the investigation arizona senator john mccain is reportedly making plans for his last days yes he's reportedly planning for his own funeral the new york times reports that the white house has been notified and vice president mike pence is expected to attend president trump will not mccain is battling an aggressive form of brain cancer and is preparing the arrangements at washington national cathedral he has disclosed that the memoir he is currently working on the restless wave good times just causes great fights and other appreciations will be his last monica nelson nbc news radio we now know the president of a jewish seminary was killed in the small plane crash in orange county new york hebrew union college jewish institute president rabbi aaron deep pankin died in the crash the faa says the plane and air ronca seven ac crash near donelson town road just after taking off from randall airport in middletown one other person was injured in the crash governor cuomo is proposing a ban on offshore drilling off the coast of new york the proposed ban is a direct challenge to the trump administration's recent pledge to expand offshore drilling i have no problem passing the law and going to the trump administration speaking in lower manhattan cuomo said an oil spill off our shores could cause irreparable harm sending oil into the new york harbor the hudson river in all areas off long island's south shore and the east end and he said it must be stopped the governor added the federal government's plan to open coastal waters to drilling shows in absolute disregard for science and history i'm lisa g for seven ten wr doctors will gather in hartford over the summer to decide whether medical marijuana can used illegally as a treatment for opioid abuse and withdrawal the decision by the state medical marijuana program board of physicians could be influenced by two studies published last month in the journal of the american medical association which reported that state's permitting medicinal use marijuana have seen a drop in opioid prescriptions most experts agree that the use of cannabinoid says shown positive effects and pain management and some argue that instead of starting patients on opioids medical marijuana could be prescribed instead despite the decrease in prescriptions connecticut is still seeing an increase in opioid related deaths in large parts of the.

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"hebrew union college" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"hebrew union college" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Seven abc new york cumulus station nine o'clock shirt or show up pedestrian has been killed following a police pursuit in new jersey currently sixty three and cloudy in new york i'm steve greenfield with the stories you'll be talking about on seventy seven w abc yes extending prosecutor's office says the pedestrian a woman was hit by a car involved in the chase at about one thirty this morning in newark it all came to an end near clinton avenue and south fourteenth street it's not yet known why the police were following a car which led to the pedestrian death vermont authorities have released the names of officers involved in the shooting of a robbery suspect from texas the three along with one state trooper fired at forty six year old mario low of texas on friday night trooper jason langfitt owner along with officers michael cable and sean wilson and sergeant chase stanley have all been placed on leave following an investigation warrants for trillo's arrest had been issued not just in texas but also here in new york he's a suspect in three recent armed robbery a local rabbi was killed in a small plane crash in middletown yesterday it happened just after takeoff from randall airport this man saw what happened in spoke to abc seven eyewitness news we ran down there or the one guy tried to crawl out the other guy was in the plane field was fifty three year old rabbi aaron deepankar he was the twelfth president of the hebrew union college jewish institute of religion the faa is investigating the crash at adult film star stormy daniels made a surprise cameo on saturday night live donald it's too late for that i know you don't believe in climate change but a storm common baby the show aired on nbc and is available on demand i'd steve.

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