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What were they thinking when they invented Lag BaOmer parades?
Celebrate Together with Thousands of Jewish Children (May 18, 2014)
Join this live broadcast of the grand Lag B’Omer parade at Chabad-Lubavitch world headquarters in New York, where thousands of Jewish children are gathering for this special event.
Celebrate Together with Thousands of Jewish Children (April 28, 2013)
Join this live broadcast of the Lag B’Omer parade at Chabad-Lubavitch world headquarters in New York, where thousands of Jewish children are gathering for this special event.
The 1983 Children’s Parade with the Rebbe
Children gather to celebrate the holiday of Lag B’Omer. Excerpts from a 1983 recording of the grand parade with the Rebbe at Lubatvitch World Headquarters, Brooklyn, New York.
Music Notes: Hinei Mah Tov
A collage of Lag BaOmer parades spanning five decades, accompanied by a special recording of the niggun “Hinei Mah Tov.”
In order to conquer and affect the world around us we must first move inwards...
18 Iyar, 5743 · May 1, 1983
The Talmud tells us that 24,000 students of Rabbi Akiva died because “they did not treat one another with respect.” But the plague ended on Lag BaOmer, which means they had remedied their actions and began to treat each other with the appropriate level of...
Lag B’omer, 5720 • May 15, 1960
The Rebbe participates in an early Lag B’omer Parade.
Having taken part in the very first parade, he continues the tradition in Canada
On May 3, 1953, Yosef Minkowitz, all of 5 years old, marched in the first Lag BaOmer children’s parade in New York City. He and another 200 or so students from Jewish schools started in the back courtyard of Chabad-Lubavitch headquarters at 770 Eastern Pa...
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