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Topic - James Hyman
On Sunday, a regional group will try to reach Jews in and around Washington, D.C., to help forge a greater sense of community and throw some education into the process.
Mr. Hyman said "the sheer number of diverse choices for sessions in one place on one day" was perhaps the top reason for attending the event, and the roster shows he's probably right.
Now in its fourth year, "Routes was begun to give people an opportunity to spend an extended time immersed in discussing, thinking about and studying topics related to a broad understanding of Jewish learning," said James Hyman, the partnership's CEO.