Identity: How do show the world who you are?
Aleena Malik, is a sophomore at Troy High School. In the seventh grade, she participated in RDJ. Alina will always remember RDJ opened her mind to different religions and hopes that more of her peers can find additional ways to dispel myths and misinformation.
The message I intend to deliver with this piece is that everyone has a responsibility to help others. No matter their race, religion, gender, etc., we are all human and should support each other in times of need. What choices have you made? Did you step up when you should have? The world could be a million times more wonderful, all from one person... Are you that person? Audrey Hollenbaugh Marine City High School
What do you already know about Judaism? This quick T/F activity is a great way to begin your Journey.
With so much to learn about Jewish faith and culture, these pages for the RDJ textbook are a great place to begin.
Learn how a person named JUDAH came to represent a place, a nation of people and then a religion that we call Judaism.
Join Kennedy, 7th grader at East Middle School, as she meets Rabbi Gordon and Rabbi Bennett to learn about Judaism at Temple Israel in West Bloomfield
Ezekiel Solomon arrived in Michigan in 1761. In the last 260 years hundreds of thousands of Jews have created a dynamic and vibrant home in South East Michigan.
So, Is he... A) Jewish B) Orthodox C) Hasidic D) All of the Above
Chanukah music, perhaps more than anything, offers an enlightening window into how American Jews strive to connect ancient beliefs to contemporary culture.