Letters To The Editor

Letters to the editor: May 21

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A must-read story of survival Jesse Berman’s feature story on Ida Schmidt-Chait’s survival during the Holocaust and the dedication of the new Ringelblum Archive memorial...

Letters to the editor: May 14

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The status of our anti-bias bill The bill S.B. 220/H.B. 128, requiring those convicted of hate crimes to undergo an education program created by the...

Letters to the editor: May 7

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A serious mental health problem Regarding “The Gun Problem” (April 30): Mass shootings of victims varying from young schoolchildren to Asian Americans and Jews is symptomatic...

Letters to the editor: April 30

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Ready to return to shul I applaud the Jewish Times article “Lag B’Omer heralds cautious return to in-person events” (April 23). The synagogue to which...

Letters to the editor: April 23

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‘Challah!’ and me Thank you so much for the article about “Challah!” and me (“Local grandmother, inspired by grandson’s first word, writes ‘Challah!’” April 2)....

Letters to the editor: April 16

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Jordanian was the aggressor Your March 26 editorial “Don’t Forget Jordan” called on the Israeli and American governments to do something to make up for...

Letters to the editor: April 9

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Shoutout to the Weinbergs Thank you for the comprehensive cover story about the 33rd annual William and Irene Weinberg Family Baltimore Jewish Film Festival (“Baltimore...

Letters to the editor: April 2

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Bet Chaverim is here The 75 families of Howard County’s 8-year-old Bet Chaverim Congregation, a full-service Conservative congregation with a successful and growing religious school,...

Letters to the editor: March 26

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Cardin is right on police reform Del. Jon S. Cardin and his Democratic colleagues were unfairly castigated by “Worry about criminals, not the police” (March...

Letters to the editor: March 19

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More praise for the JT After reading the March 5 issue of the Jewish Times, the letter to the editor, “Kudos to the Baltimore Jewish...