“When I inherited a family, these dear Jewish people who were so sweet and welcoming, it was marvelous,” Moreno wrote in her memoir.
Strike MoMA’s demonstration’s against the museum’s board merged with the Palestinian demonstrations in Manhattan. What’s the connection?
The French film ‘Summer of ‘85’ was adapted from the 1982 young adult novel ‘Dance on my Grave’ by Aiden Chambers.
Part of a delegation that brought back soil from concentration camps to the U.S. Holocaust Museum, Max Temkin has died at the age of 99.
This round of funding brings Scott’s total charitable giving since July 2020 to $8.5 billion. It’s the first time she has given to Jewish groups.
New York City Council candidates responded to a questionnaire on Jewish and Israel-related questions.
A Montclair rabbi reported that a professional development session focused on antisemitism was warmly received by MHS administrators.
Jordan Mann – Manga maven, Jewish professional and Brown University alum – is hoping to make history at the steeplechase event in Tokyo.
The court’s ruling was based on the merits — but the judge couldn’t help singling out one of the arguments for special derision.
The discrimination suit alleges that racial awareness training for school counselors has included persistent anti-Jewish harassment.
Nides, a banker, had good relations with Israeli diplomats while a deputy secretary of state from 2011 to 2013.
The funds include $50 million to help protect nonprofits and $10 million for an exhibit on antisemitism at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.
The Duxbury team had been using words like “Auschwitz” and “rabbi” for plays dating back to 2010, according to the investigation.
The “astonishing” decision says how Judaism and Islam can and should change to meet new regulations.
“She was Shiite from the South. When she learned I was Israeli, she was shaking. Slowly, Slowly I approached her, and we passed that obstacle.”
The pandemic inspired new experiments in reaching Jewish seekers where they live.
‘The delay is about counting every vote, that’s a positive thing,’ said Jan Combopiano, an organizer with Brooklyn Voters Alliance.