Now that the students know how much support they are getting, they have decided not just to repair the house, but to build a new one that’s bigger.
A GoFundMe page for the center said the estimated damage was between $150,00 and $200,000.
“He is so comfortable around Jewish people. The type of Jewish people he’s comfortable with is the type of Jewish people I’d be comfortable with.”
The bill was signed into law last month and must be implemented for the 2021-22 school year.
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— An adjunct professor at the University of Delaware who said American Jewish college student Otto Warmbier “got exactly what he deserved…
Hallelujah, Wisconsin, Nanny, Sauerkraut. What do these words have in common? Spellers just can’t seem to get them right.
Delaware first Jewish Governor, Jack Markell, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the 13th Amendment outlawing slavery in the United States, announced on Sunday a resolution to officially apologize for his state’s role in slavery.
Delaware Governor Jack Markell issued a posthumous pardon for Samuel Burris on Monday in the same courtroom where the free black man was convicted 168 years ago of helping slaves escape through the Underground Railroad.
In 1931, an immigrant college student wrote about being an outsider in his adopted state of Delaware. Eighty-four years later, his daughter recalls the Jewish legacy he left her.