As a reader, you know the care, work, and passion that goes into our magazine. But if you’re receiving this note, your subscription expired some time ago. We haven’t wanted to lose your readership, so we’ve been sending you “graced” issues. We’re nice like that.
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There is a reason that we have grown so substantially over the past few years, and why our writers and editors are being recognized with awards and mentions in national publications. From in-depth reporting on contemporary politics to incisive commentary to essays on matters of contemporary Jewish life, culture, and art, we hope that you find in the pages of Jewish Currents work that is continually surprising, engaging, and challenging.
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Thanks again for all your support,