Dr. Susie Tanchel, JCDS Head of School was honored at Keshet’s annual OUTstanding! awards gala. Along with Rebekah Farber and Dr. Marc Kramer, Dr. Tanchel received the Hachmei Lev Award for modeling Jewish LGBTQ inclusion and equality in the Jewish Day School movement. Dr. Tanchel was, until recently, the only out head of a Jewish … More Dr. Susie Tanchel’s Remarks at Keshet Gala
By Dr. Susie Tanchel, JCDS Head of School Growing up, I loved candy. As a kid, I wondered why the adults around me didn’t eat candy all the time. I mean, they had the freedom to do it, so why didn’t they just indulge constantly? Though I did not know it at the time, I … More The Freedom to Eat Candy?
By Dr. Susie Tanchel Since we are not together at school this year to honor the work of Martin Luther King, Jr., I wanted to share with you an excerpt from a speech Dr. King gave at the Ebenezer Church in Atlanta in March 1968 entitled “Unfulfilled Dreams.” Dr. King reflects on public historical figures … More Persistent Dreams: Reflections on MLK Day
By Dr. Susie Tanchel Originally posted on Jewish Boston Blog. The power we feel in belonging to something bigger than ourselves is an important part of what lies at the heart of people’s “just Jewish” identity.
As we approach Rosh Hashana, I find myself focused on Pesach.
It’s time to elevate the Rosh Hashanah staple of apples & honey to a higher stature – beyond just a side dish. Imagine the possibilities of a gin-infused cocktail, autumn salad, buttery grilled fontina cheese sandwich, or even a dessert tartlet!