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Silence and Tragedy: A communal response

By Eli Gaventa, Chinuch Worker 5778

The following is written in a personal capacity and does not necessarily reflect official Bnei Akiva positions.

A few weeks ago we read the story of the demise of Nadav and Avihu, Aharon’s sons, at the hands of God. 1,579 more words

BAUK

Barbie girl, in a plastic world!

Least that Ruth Handler knew about her creation, Barbie Doll, would become so famous that it turned out to be every girl’s favorite companion during her childhood or adolescence. 386 more words

Fashion

Oscars Ridden: Inclusion Rider

Image Courtesy: Elle.com

The day when Frances McDormand ended her speech with “I have two words to leave with you tonight, ladies and gentlemen: Inclusion Rider.” after receiving the Oscar for best actress at the 90th Oscars. 444 more words

Inspirational

Acts 11 - Peter and the Art of Self-Defense

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Today’s PassageActs 11

In today’s chapter, Peter deals with the fallout from his acceptance of Cornelius as a fellow follower of Christ, and the obvious place to go with it is that racism and religious bigotry have no place in the church. 499 more words

Bible

Mostly May But Partially April

Last Friday I thought it was Saturday, and then Saturday I thought it was Sunday. When Sunday finally rolled around, I felt that I was playing hooky from work because it was a beautiful day and I opted to spend it soaking up all the sunshiny rays I could whilst enjoying a delicious  312 more words

Adventures

Mark Wafer wants employers to “DiscoverAbility”

Businesses understand economics. Inclusivity? Sometimes not so much.

Fifteen per cent of people in Canada have a disability and according to former Tim Hortons franchise owner, Mark Wafer, hiring people with disabilities can increase a business’s profits. 721 more words

Hard News

‘Together We Rock!’ Rocks at accessibility and inclusivity

“Together We Rock!” is a fitting name for an Oshawa-based business, which teaches best practices for accessibility and inclusivity in the workplace.

Together We Rock! was founded in 2006 by Durham College (DC) journalism grad, John Draper. 612 more words

Hard News