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Living Judaism
Rabbi Goldie Milgram
Rabbi Goldie Milgram

The "Living Judaism" feature in each issue is focused on Jewish Spirituality, Meaning and Activism with invited columns written by Jewish clergy and others across the full spectrum of Jewish life and learning. Please contact Living Judaism editor Rabbi Goldie Milgram at judaism @ if you would like contribute your thoughts. Please read our submission guidelines for more information. Keep in mind that the Philadelphia Jewish Voice is read by a wide range of Jews with a wide range of observance, opinions and beliefs. Neither assume that your reader knows who wrote the Mishnah, nor that s/he subscribes to the "critical theory" of Biblical analysis. Being controversial is fine, but please do write to be understood by a broad public. We presently do not publish calendar items.

Rabbi Dr. Goldie Milgram, MSW, also directs Reclaiming & A Covenant Foundation Award finalist for excellence as a Jewish educator, she was dubbed "Reb Goldie" by a Squarer rebbe in the Ukraine while teaching for Project Kesher post-Perestroika. Inventor and original co-anchor and producer of Health Watch for NBC TV 40, she presently teaches Jewish Bioethics and Pastoral Counseling for the Aleph Ordination Program. Along her life path thus far Rabbi Milgram has served as a Dean at The Academy for Jewish Religion, a Jewish Federation executive, Hillel director, pulpit rabbi, Jewish newspaper editor, religious school principal, Jewish camping innovator, founder of the nation's third Holocaust archive as well as serving at Princeton University, the 92nd St Y, Esalen, Bard & Gettysburg Colleges, Elat Chayyim, National Havurah Institute, and as a speaker, service, ritual and workshop leader in over 100 cities and 29 countries. She is presently passionately spearheading the Bar/Bat Mitzvah Institute Initiative, researched under a grant from the Nathan Cummings Foundation, it will focus on creating meaningful and effective ways of preparing students for Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

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Her guest columns have also appeared in, Moment Magazine & the New York Times Op-Ed.

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