Philadelphia Jewish Voice

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The Philadelphia Jewish Voice is a monthly online journal that addresses the critical social and political issues facing the Jewish community of the metropolitan Philadelphia area and beyond.[1] Founded in the summer of 2005, Philadelphia Jewish Voice functions as a non-profit corporation and is staffed entirely by volunteers committed to reflecting the diversity of opinion within the Jewish community. Subscriptions are free. The current editor-in-chief is Adena Potok, widow of the author Chaim Potok.[2] The publisher is Daniel Elliott Loeb.

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