The American Jewish Family Today

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The ever-changing contemporary Jewish family challenges our notions and stereotypes of a "model" family unit. Many Jews who may have felt excluded from the tribal family in years past still hope to find their place within the Jewish community. Yet as the Jewish community grows in its awareness that Jewish families come in varied configurations and dynamics, so too may its institutions grow to be open to the diversity of Jewish families today.

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