Letters to the editor
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In Mr. Leach’s article “Despite increased public support, R.I. lawmakers fail to restrict guns,” the two biggest factors of violence are omitted: alcohol and drugs. … more
I appreciated Michael Fink’s review of “Eavesdropping in Oberammergau.” However, I would like to correct a few points. The review quotes me as saying: “After his … more
Jeff Gladstone’s letter “Thank You Rep. Mia Ackerman” (June 24) was timely and on target. The community should also be aware that a major contributing factor to the passage of the … more
I am writing to publicly thank Rep. Mia Ackerman for passing HB 7736, better known as the Rhode Island anti-Boycott, Divestment and Sanction Law (anti-BDS Law). The bill passed overwhelmingly and has … more
In my article about Jews, Freemasonry and Rhode Island’s Redwood Lodge (12/25/2015), I never once used the word “assimilation.” Rather, I emphasized that Redwood Lodge’s … more
As an educator with 30 years experience, a Jew and a parent I feel compelled to respond to Howard Brown’s letter dated May 13. I am not sure in which direction the author intended to lead … more
As President of Hadassah Rhode Island, I would like to comment on the article by Geraldine Foster.  Ms. Foster correctly notes that “only one chapter of Hadassah remains in Rhode … more
I am confused by Mr. Brown’s letter. He writes, “Needless to say, friendships made at the elementary-school age can be influential in shaping attitudes later in life.” We … more
A young student of my acquaintance at JCDS was recently involved in the Promoting Peace and Understanding program at the school.  Apparently JCDS maintains a number of partnerships in the … more
Thank you for reporting on the most recent expression of Jew-hatred at Brown University, this time committed at Marcy House, a predominately Jewish residence hall whose walls were defaced with … more
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