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New Orleans Jews Face a Quandary: Should They Stay or Should They Go?

This is an article by Jennifer Siegel entitled “New Orleans Jews Face a Quandary: Should They Stay or Should They Go?” This article focuses on Jewish evacuees of Hurricane Katrina, and whether they plan to return to New Orleans. This article originally appeared in the Forward (www.forward.com) on November 15, 2005, and is reprinted with permission.

Back home for Shabbes

This is a blog entry entitled "Back home for Shabbes" from Rabbi Stanton Zamek's blog, www.rabbizamek.blogspot.com. This entry, from October 18th, 2005, describes the first Shabbat services back at Beth Shalom Synagogue since Hurricane Rita. While the synagogue was undergoing repairs, the community met at the nearby Jefferson Baptist Church. Rabbi Zamek is the spiritual leader of Beth Shalom Synagogue in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He and his community played an important role in relief efforts...

Chabad Hurricane Relief Blog - Simchat Torah in New Orleans

This is a blog entry titled "Simchat Torah in New Orleans" that was posted on Chabad Lubavitch of Louisiana's "Chabad Hurricane Relief" blog, http://chabadhurricanerelief.blogspot.com, on November 1st, 2005. This entry describes Chabad's Simchat Torah celebrations back in New Orleans.

Chabad Hurricane Relief Blog - Happy Sukkot

This is a blog entry titled \"Happy Sukkot\" that was posted on Chabad Lubavitch of Louisiana\'s \"Chabad Hurricane Relief\" blog, http://chabadhurricanerelief.blogspot.com, on October 19th, 2005. This entry describes Chabad\'s Sukkot celebrations at the New Orleans Chabad House, which was open for the first time post-Katrina.

On Seeing Our Houses as Homes

This is an article from New Voices titled "On Seeing Our Houses as Homes, Editor's View" by Ilana Sichel.