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Navigating Facebook: How to Keep in Touch with Community (and Not Lose your Mind)

Yanir Dekel, Web Development and Digital Marketing Consultant Some people think Facebook is one big blob of noise. Others can’t ...
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Masterpiece Cakeshop – What the Supreme Court Did and Did Not Decide

Larry Nathenson On June 4, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered its long-awaited decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil ...
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The Miracle-Working Early Prophets and the Jewish Social Conscience

Aviyah Farkas, with assistance from Rabbi Rachel Adler, PhD Rabbi Rachel Adler, PhD taught this class to a group of ...
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How Are You: A Casual Greeting or a Serious Question?

How are you? Really, how are you doing these days? In so many circumstances throughout our daily lives those questions ...
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BCC Vision Awards: The Speeches

Elizabeth Savage Acceptance Speech Thank you, Abbe, for that thoughtful and generous introduction. Thank you to Professor Jean Lipman-Blumen of ...
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BCC Vision Awards: Retrospective

by Larry Nathenson On Sunday, June 3, over 250 BCC members and friends gathered in an elegant ballroom at the ...
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President’s Message: The Times they are a Changing

Richard Lesse, President There is a great deal of change happening at BCC nowadays. June started with an incredibly successful ...
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Into Action

Elissa Barrett, Interim Executive Director As a queer, Jewish, progressive, cisgender woman who values truth, equity and justice, I worry ...
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Volume 46, No. 6: July/August 2018

Volume 46, No. 6 July/August 2018 Tammuz/Av/Elul 5778 BCC’s updated Calendar of Events Into Action Interim Executive Director Elissa Barrett ...
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BCC’s Anti-Racism Project Screens “The Color of Fear”

BCC's Anti-Racism Project, founded in December of 2017, held its first workshop, entitled "Thinking and Learning About Race as Jews", ...
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