On election night 2016, Barbara Goldberg Goldman and fellow Jewish Democrats gathered to follow the results. Champagne bottles were chilling, and everything was ready for the celebration to start as soon as the presidential election was called for Hillary Clinton. One year and one day later, the same group got together, but for a very different purpose: to create a new organization that can make a difference in the Trump era.
The Republican plan will allow tax-exempt nonprofits to endorse candidates, which the Jewish groups fear would erode trust in their institutions.
A new suit must show not just that students were harassed, but that university officials were responsible and were motivated by religious bias.
The male attacker smashed her head into a brick wall while shouting “Zyd” during the attack in London’s Stamford Hill neighborhood.
Ramah alums claimed that the camps don’t discuss the occupation. Camp Ramah’s director said that they actually do.
“Adelson and other billionaires have disproportionate power and influence on the public discourse about the tax cut.”
The former Israeli ambassador to the U.S. is also a Princeton alum. He made his demands after the Hillel cancelled a speech by a Knesset colleague.
Cunning rhetorical strategy, or sheer chutzpah that won’t make a difference?
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