Activists Push for Moment of Silence in Ohio

R’ Avraham Frank, International Coordinator of the Moment of Silence initiative in public schools, testified before the Ohio State House of Representatives this past Tuesday, for the implementation of a Moment of Silence in Ohio public schools.

R’ Avraham Frank, International Coordinator of the Moment of Silence initiative in public schools, testified before the Ohio State House of Representatives this past Tuesday, for the implementation of a Moment of Silence in Ohio public schools.

The Moment of Silence is a daily practice, giving students in public schools a moment to reflect on personal and moral virtues, with their parent’s guidance. This presentation was received very positively by the panel of representatives, and the bill is in the process of progressing to the next stage.

The MOS is presently mandated in 13 states, with the goal of increased legislation throughout the US. The Rebbe spoke about this initiative numerous times, stressing the importance of implementing the MOS throughout the world.

At this moment, Columbus, Ohio Shaliach, Rabbi Areyah Kaltmann is putting great effort in attempting to mandate the Moment of Silence in the state of Ohio.

For more information about the present operation of MOS, please visit momentofsilence.info, or contact [email protected]

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