Emily Weisberg

Emily Weisberg is a Jewish Education Program Associate with Facing History and Ourselves. She received her BA from American Jewish University and her Masters Degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Emily works with Day Schools, Congregational Schools and local organizations to help bring Facing History’s unique, impactful pedagogy and resources to teachers and students across Southern California.

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"Love thy neighbour as thyself": Helping students bridge distance in their own communities and beyond

Posted by Emily Weisberg on December 13, 2015

Dictionaries define the word “neighbour” solely based on close physical proximity; we feel close to someone because we live next door, or down the hall, or across the street. But what happens when a connection is needed from someone farther away?

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