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In the Curve of the Mississippi

Thank you very much for all of your hard work. This essay was first published in the Voices of the Storm, the Southern Quarterly, Spring 2006 and then republished in the Jewish Herald-Voice, A Journal Devoted to the the Interests of Southwest Jewry, which is really the Houston Jewish newspaper, as the lead article in their Rosh Hashanah Edition Sept. 23, 2006. I am invited to be a writer-in-residence in a few weeks in a Jewish highschool in New York because of this essay. I moved back to my...

How my faith stood the test

Talk given at Temple Sinai, New Orleans, LA, September 29th, 2006. It is the story of my evacuation with my terminally ill husband.

How To Use A Crowbar

Essay by Rich Moche titled "How to Use a Crowbar," written about his trip to Louisana with his son during Christmas week, 2005, as part of a JCRC and TELEM trip.

Congregation Gates of Prayer Bulletin, March 2006

Bulletin, March 2006, from Congregation Gates of Prayer in Metairie, Louisiana

Report on JCRC trip to Louisiana, December 2005

Report from Nahma Nadich on trip to rural Louisiana on december 25, 2005 with a group of Jewish teens and their parents to assist in local hurricane relief efforts. The trip was sponsored by JCRC, through TELEM: Jewish Youth Making a Difference