Neil Goldstein Glick’s Blog

Neil Goldstein Glick is a former six-term elected official in the District of Columbia Government. He was decorated by the Government of Bulgaria with the Golden Laurel Branch for his creation of Dimitar Peshev Plaza in Washington DC. In the mid-1990’s he lived in Moscow, Russia and was active in the burgeoning Moscow Jewish Community. He is a proud brother of AEPi at USC. Neil and his partner reside in Washington DC. Neil encourages everyone to do more mitzvot and tikkun olam to improve our world. Every mitzvah makes a difference. www.neilglick.com

Rainbow Jewels in Esther’s Crown

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: March 5, 2015

From LGBT synagogues to the part Israel played in making the Jewish people more tolerant and inclusive:… Read more

Jewish environmental on Tu B’Shvat

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: January 30, 2015

Tu B’Shvat, a “New Year of Trees,” is celebrated this year on February 4, 2015. This is… Read more

It’s Time to be a Jew

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: January 15, 2015

Dedicated to our martyrs of Paris – Phillipe Braham, Elsa Cayat, Yohan Cohen, Yoav Hattab, and Francois-Michel… Read more

Rededication

Author: Neil Goldtein Glick Published: December 16, 2014

This year, as our blogger Neil Goldtein Glick  lights his Chanukah menorah, he gives each night a… Read more

The Greatest Symbol of the Jews

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: December 8, 2014

Chanukah 5774/2013, I visited Israel for the first time in 25 years. Every menorah I saw brought… Read more

Remember Those Who Have Died

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: December 1, 2014

On World AIDS Day, our blogger Neil Goldstein Glick remembers his friends who have died of AIDS,… Read more
Who is Sodomite? Neil Goldstein Glick discusses helping a stranger in the light of this week’s torah… Read more

I am Neil Patrick

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: October 29, 2014

Our blogger Neil Goldstein Glick tells the story of how a character based on him ended up… Read more

Sukkot, Time for self-improvement

Author: Neil Goldstein Glick Published: October 15, 2014

My friend J told me the Monday after Yom Kippur that he is finally getting ‘the’ surgery.… Read more