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After a recent significant national event that shall go unnamed, I lamented to my mother: ‘Forget Canada, if I had a Jew in my family tree I’d move to Israel.’

To which my mother replied: ‘Huh, my grandparents were Jewish.’

My first thought: No wonder I’m so funny. Second thought: We need to get a Rabbi on the podcast. 

Rabbi Hayim Herring, Ph.D. is an published author and researcher, presenter and nonprofit organizational futurist, with a specialty in Jewish community building. A former congregational rabbi, senior federation executive and executive director at a national Jewish foundation, In addition to over 50 scholarly and popular articles and studies about the contemporary American Jewish community, Hayim’s most recent publications include Leading Congregations and Nonprofits in a Connected World with Terri Martinson Elton (Rowman & Littlefield 2016).

Coming up, we’ve got conversations for you with Tripp Fuller and Richard Rohr as well as a conversation with the author of a memoir about her time as a dominatrix in NYC.

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