Power of Ten Update
In This Issue:
1. Early Voting Starts Saturday Oct 24
2. Portraits of the Healers
1) Early Voting Starts Saturday Oct 24
Elections can have an impact on the quality of education in our schools.
Mondaire Jones graduated from East Ramapo went on to to Stanford University and Harvard Law School. He will be our next Congressman with your help.
Elijah Reichlin-Melnick stood up for more oversight of the East Ramapo school board, and publicly opposed the political machine that asked him to pledge to vote against oversight. He will be our next State Senator with your help.
Ellen Jaffee has done more for oversight of the East Ramapo public schools than any other elected official. With your help, she will continue to take our fight to Albany.
This year, people have many options to cast their vote. They can vote in person on election day. They can vote early at a voting center. They can vote by mail.
All information on how to vote is available on the board of elections webpage: https://rocklandgov.com/departments/board-of-elections/
2) Portraits of the Healers
Every once in a while, a news report, a podcast, some kind of media information outlet will make you stop in your tracks. Make you sit down and think. Make you pull your car off to the side of the road and cry.
Avital Chizhik-Goldschmidt has released a powerful collection of stories from Orthodox doctors and nurses, telling us in their own words how they “struggle to balance emotion and expertise” in their life and death battle with the COVID virus, and their frustration when facing misinformation, mistrust and skepticism when they return home to Orthodox communities.
Portraits of the healers: Orthodox doctors and nurses in their own words