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Protest march in Buenos Aires 1 year death anniversary of Alberto Nisman
On the third anniversary of his tragic death, Keren Kayemet L’Israel-Jewish National Fund (KKL-JNF) will unveil the monument built in Alberto Nisman’s honor in a formal ceremony with officials from both Israel and Argentina. Israel-Argentina Friendship Forest, Ben Shemen Forest. Nisman was appointed Chief Investigator of the 1994 car bombing against the Israel Argentina Mutual Association (AMIA) which killed 85...
The organisation has been chosen as a recipient of the Let Freedom Ring Award, in honor of our commitment to equality in education and our efforts to bridge the gap between ability and opportunity. The award is presented by veteran activist Reverend Jesse Jackson, who was a friend and ally of Martin Luther King. Rev Jackson bestows the honor via the...
Overview of Israel exhibit now on display at the Maltz Museum in Cleveland
A new world premiere special exhibition has launched at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage. Israel: Then & Now is a first of its kind special exhibition that invites visitors to see the landmarks, learn the history, explore the culture, and meet the people of Israel — without leaving Cleveland. This is the only exhibition on Israel of its kind, making...
Heather Howard, assistant professor at Florida Atlantic University's Phyllis and Harvey Sandler School of Social Work, will present during Rales JFS' educational series. (Florida Atlantic University/Courtesy)
Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services will host a four-part educational series, “Our Kids Know About Drugs. Do We?,” that begins on Oct. 10 at its Shirley and Barton Weisman Delray Community Center, 7091 W. Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach. The series is part of the agency's JFS CARES (Community Awareness, Resources and Education for Jewish families with loved ones...
For several years in San Diego and across the globe for one weekend, Jews in 1500 cities in 97 countries have come together to experience a personally meaningful Shabbat, build community connections and be a part of the worldwide pride, identity and solidarity. This year, the Shabbat San Diego leadership team has taken on the audacious goal, along with more...
Rayna Exelbierd, SWU’s Southeast high school director, will speak during “Combat the Rampant Rise of Anti-Semitism – Giving you the Tools.” (File photo)
Hadassah Florida Atlantic is presenting, along with StandWithUs/Southeast and the Anti-Defamation League, a forum called “Combat the Rampant Rise of Anti-Semitism – Giving you the Tools” from 1-3:30 p.m. on Oct. 7 at South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road in Delray Beach. The forum is intended for high school and college students as well as their parents, grandparents and the...
From left, students Brandon Gerardi and Mia Evans along with Pam O’Brien, chief executive officer of Aid to Victims of Domestic Abuse, one of the organizations to receive a grant from the No Small Change program. (Jewish Women’s Foundation/Courtesy)
High school students who are eager to change the world have the opportunity to do so by applying for No Small Change, a collaborative project between the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County and Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Greater Palm Beaches. This annual coed philanthropic leadership program, founded by JWF, is intended to enable local Jewish teens to identify...
The Peace Train is coming and we can all get high on the Peace Train as Sharon Katz has brought her band to San Diego and Tijuana, starting with last night’s rousing performance at Makeda Makossa’s World Beat Center. It was so inspiring to see women of various ages and ethnicities all rocking out together. Sharon Katz, Nonhlanda Wanda,...
‘A Call to Remember: The David Schaecter Story’ will air Thursday at the Aspen Jewish Community Center, and include a conversation with the film’s subject. Courtesy photo
In a study released in April 2018, more than one-fifth of millennials surveyed said they haven’t heard of the Holocaust or aren’t sure if they’ve heard of it. A full two-thirds couldn’t identify what Auschwitz is. (In case you’re in that demographic, in the early 1940s, it was a Nazi concentration camp where an estimated 1.1 million Jewish prisoners...
The exhibit, ¿Power of Protest: The Movement to Free Soviet Jews,¿ was created by the Philadelphia-based National Museum of American Jewish History. It details the protest movement regarding the rights of Jewish people living in Russia at that time.
The Jewish Historical Society of Greater Hartford has brought a traveling exhibit about the movement to free the Soviet Jews in the 1960s to the Mandell JCC's Chase Family Gallery. The exhibit, "Power of Protest: The Movement to Free Soviet Jews," was created by the Philadelphia-based National Museum of American Jewish History. It details the protest movement regarding the rights of Jewish...

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