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Politics 2020 Primary: An Election Like No Other By Dave Schechter Large numbers of Georgians who didn’t vote in 2016 are expected to cast ballots this year, a significant percent using absentee ballots. PoliticsCrowded Fields in 7th Highlight Congressional Primaries By Dave Schechter PoliticsDemocratic Senate Race Headlines June 9 Primary By Dave Schechter
Community Jewish Atlanta Celebrates Shavuot at Home By Flora Rosefsky Activities for families and adults while enjoying great dairy foods. NewsSandy Springs Synagogue Hosts Program on Ten Commandments By Bob Bahr News‘Shavuot-Palooza’ to Offer Festival of Jewish Learning By Dave Schechter PoliticsNews Jewish Values Influence Political Candidates By Jan Jaben-Eilon When Sam Olens was elected attorney general of Georgia in 2010, he was believed to be the first Jewish candidate to be elected to a statewide partisan office in Georgia. In the upcoming primary election, there are Jewish candidates in Georgia running for national office, including two... Continue Reading Parenting Emotional Impact of COVID-19 on Families By Dr. Terry Segal The struggles parents and children face during the pandemic are more common than they think. OpinionLife at Home During a Pandemic By Elliott Levine EducationJewish Education Impacted by COVID-19 Education College Students Face Anxiety About Uncertainty By Paula Baroff Jewish professionals and students discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected college students. EducationColleges Plan Summers Online, Fall in Person By Paula Baroff EducationEmory Professor Teaches World About Torah By Bob Bahr PetsCommunity Jewish Atlanta Pets Submit your pet’s photo & a brief description to WIN. We’ll publish a gallery of Jewish Atlanta’s most photogenic pets on-line. Twenty of the first best high res photos received will get published in the June 15th issue's Special Pet Section. Be sure to include your pet’s name,... Continue Reading Parenting Being a Jewish Mother From 6,000 Miles Away By Martine Tartour Three foreign-born Atlanta Moms share how they manage their kids from a distance during the pandemic. ParentingBlack Belt ‘Zaydie’ Zooms Jewish Values By Marcia Caller Jaffe Education‘A Virtual Hug for the World’ Comes at the Perfect Time By Marcia Caller Jaffe News JF&CS Shows Up During Mental Health Awareness By Jan Jaben-Eilon Mental health of at least half of Americans is affected by both the physical aspects of COVID-19 as well as the ‘shadow pandemic.’ Arts & CultureWeiner Uplifts Fans at MJCCA Virtual Fest By Marcia Caller Jaffe EducationWeber Team Competes in Moot Beit Din By Paula Baroff Education SCAD’s Jeweled Palette Is an Artsy Option By Marcia Caller Jaffe Branding and advertising expert Judy Salzinger is an associate chair & professor who is at home in this artsy milieu where education begets creativity and intersects with business. ParentingHow Jewish Young Adults Can Roll Up Sleeves By Flora Rosefsky EducationHigh School Students: A Mass of Confusion By Mark Fisher Opinion Co-Parenting, Child Support and COVID-19 By Amy Saul Mollengarden Family law attorney offers advice for custodial arrangements and other scenarios that arise following “shelter in place” orders. Opinion Up Next: Shavuot By Dena Schusterman Dena Schusterman reflects on Shavuot. ShavuotA Shavuot Revelation By Sam Glaser OpinionSivan: Refining Our Partnership With Hashem By Terry Segal Opinion Time is Ticking for Hate Crimes Bill in Georgia By Dave Schechter When the legislature reconvenes in mid-June, there is a chance that a bill with enhanced penalties for bias crimes will make its way to the governor. OpinionSpirituality for Real, Real Life By Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder OpinionWe Are All Grieving By Dena Schusterman Lifecycles Obituary: Robert L. “Bob” Gerson Robert L. “Bob” Gerson died May 20, 2020. LifecyclesObituary: Sidney Buda Lifecycles Obituary: Steven Low Steven Low passed away May 17. LifecyclesObituary: Jerry Kaufman Coronavirus COVID-19 Updates and Information The AJT is covering the COVID-19 outbreak with a focus on what it means to Jewish Atlanta. Follow the AJT for news updates, health information and helpful resources. Most Popular Coronavirus AJT Offers Free Home Delivery During Social Isolation Sign up for your Free Atlanta Jewish Times Home Delivery Service: Limited to this time of social distancing. More Headlines Graduation2020 Graduation: Like No Other By Roni Robbins NewsBerman Commons: No COVID-19 Residents By Dave Schechter GraduationReflections on Graduation During COVID By Susanne Katz GraduationFrom Jewish Day Schools to North Springs’ Top Grad By Compiled by the AJT GraduationSoccer Player Commits to Elon University By Complied by AJT Staff GraduationEmory Honors Lipstadt at Commencement By Bob Bahr EducationMcBath Talks Gun Safety at Riverwood By Compiled by the AJT EducationBar Exam Postponed GraduationCaroline Schneider, Valedictorian, The Weber School GraduationGrant Chernau Salutatorian, Pope High School Arts & CultureDocumentary Claims Anti-Semitism is Virus By Bob Bahr NewsFormer Atlanta Rabbi Wasn’t Prepared for Brunswick Killing By Jan Jaben-Eilon
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