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Yehoshua Soudakoff

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It’s also a celebration of identity for those in the Jewish Deaf community
You’ve heard of Chanukah, but have you heard of #DeafChanukah? If you ask me, #DeafChanukah is more than just eight nights a year. It is a movement—a movement made up of a huge and widespread population of Jewish people who also celebrate their Deaf ident...
In ASL (American Sign Language)
Discover the secret to being a good person—a message for all mankind.
In ASL (American Sign Language)
In ASL (American Sign Language)
A reflection on Rosh Hashanah that gives insight into the purpose of life, and is connected to “hide-and-seek”…
A brief discussion on the importance of burial in Judaism.
In ASL (American Sign Language)
A comedic portrayal of the positive impact tzedaka (charity) has in our lives.
The Jewish Homeowner’s Insurance Policy
A funny video about the special mitzvah of placing a mezuzah on the doorposts of our homes.
In ASL (American Sign Language)
This video challenges us to think twice about the reason why we light the menorah for eight nights.
In ASL (American Sign Language)
This parsha, V’zot Haberacha, the last Torah portion, ends with the passing of Moses, yet it is read on Simchat Torah, a most joyous day. How do we reconcile this?
In ASL (American Sign Language)
In this week's parsha - Parshas Re'eh - we discuss the profound theme of life choices. What connection is there between a Swedish man named Alfred Nobel and our choices in life?
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