Repairing the World Means Helping People

Joining PJ Library is one of the best things we’ve done as parents. Every month a new Jewish book arrives at our home and Lila learns about a Jewish holiday or concept through a story that’s meaningful to her. Several PJ Library books–like the Hanukkah counting book and the “Dayenu”-centric Passover book–have become diaper bag must-haves, genuine … Continue reading

The Elephant Speaks

The online version of the Harvard Kennedy School‘s student newspaper, The Citizen, has been down, so I am re-posting my article here.   The Elephant Speaks There’s an elephant in the Forum, and it’s no use ignoring it. This school prizes diversity, recruiting students from many countries and many backgrounds. It prides itself on welcoming … Continue reading