Hadassah Changing the Way It Does Business

The collapse a year ago of Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme, in which Hadassah had invested $40 million and assumed it had $90 million to withdraw, was actually the second blow to an organization dependent on donations for its survival. The global financial crisis was the first and more significant.


Intermarriage 101: No Line in the Sand

Marion Usher, a DC-based psychotherapist, leads interfaith couple workshops — already attended by 450 couples — that seek to erase the proverbial line in the sand in favor of inclusiveness.


Chelsea Clinton Will Join Diverse Mezvinsky Clan

With the recent announcement of Chelsea Clinton’s engagement to Marc Mezvinsky, extended family gatherings at the high-profile Clinton household look poised to become a lot more colorful.


From Jewish Exiles to Sexual Exiles

A former executive of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society is about to shake up the world of refugee aid. Longtime refugee advocate, Neil Grungras, founded the Organization for Refuge, Asylum, & Migration last January and it is on the verge of launching a historic global survey about prevailing attitudes toward lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender migrants.


ADL Under Fire For Study On Anti-Obama Extremists

Some conservatives are accusing the Anti-Defamation League of launching a partisan attack following its report asserting that a “current of anti-government hostility” has swept the United States in the year since Barack Obama was elected.

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