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Day 33 – Washington D.C. – By Ellory Wolin

Posted on July 28, 2013

I really don’t know what Jewish life was like before the Holocaust. Perhaps a pious mother with eyes and hair of the same shade of brown waved her soft hands over the Shabbat candles, or maybe, a small boy enjoyed a meal of chicken and a glass of milk. For many years, unknowns persisted, and Continue Reading »

Day 32 – Washington D.C. – By Teddy Magram

Posted on July 27, 2013

After two days of sitting through meetings in upscale DC office buildings, we finally had time to explore DC from a tourist’s perspective. But before we could explore the city, we had to sit through one more meeting that was one of the more  powerful meetings we had. The meeting was with the National Coalition Continue Reading »

Day 31- Washington DC – By Josh Bernstein

Posted on July 26, 2013

Starting things of today we went to the Heritage Foundation; a think tank who’s focus is to uphold conservative views. We spoke to them on what America should do about distribution of wealth.  They had plenty of valid points, but did not seem to be concerned with how much the 1% had or have a Continue Reading »

Day 30 – Washington D.C. – By Julia Stern

Posted on July 25, 2013

For our first full day in Washington DC, we started with a meeting with Greenpeace an organization that works to protect the environment. We talked with Bill Richardson about peaceful protest and how the organization started years ago. With creative confrontation, Greenpeace has been able to make many companies turn to better developmental strategies and Continue Reading »

Day 29 – Philadalphia & Washington D.C. – By Amanda Rosner

Posted on July 24, 2013

This morning we started our day in Philadelphia with a trip to the National Constitution Center. I absolutely love learning about US history and US government, and as a constitution obsessed citizen, this trip felt like a pilgrimage to me. The museum went in depth about all 7 articles of the constitution, and about the Continue Reading »