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Awaiting a Return to Israel, Hand in Hand – The New York Times

| September 29, 2020

Tamar Elisheva Jonas, from the Bronx, and Elliot J.

EGRMC: Breast Cancer Screenings Should Not Be Delayed Due to COVID-19 – All On Georgia

| September 29, 2020

Breast cancer and other medical illnesses remain a risk for women even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Unfortunately, due to concerns about the virus, many women have postponed their annual screening mammograms, increasing their risk of undetected cancer.

Jewish penicillin: This soup is the cure for what ails you – Gaston Gazette

| September 29, 2020

Mom got her chicken soup recipe from her mom. Its a simple, brothy affair with lots of dill, the kind of soup thats popular throughout the Yiddish diaspora, often referred to half-jokingly as Jewish Penicillin, because it always makes you feel better, no matter what ails you.

Cancer ‘previvor’ Ali Rogin sets out to fill in the gaps for other women – Jewish Insider

| September 29, 2020

When journalist Ali Rogin was told by her doctor that she tested positive for the BRCA-1 gene which significantly increased her risk of breast and ovarian cancer she didnt quite know where to turn. I really wanted to consume as many accounts as I could of people who went through the same experience that I did, Rogin told Jewish Insider in a recent interview.

Why are Haredim hated and envied? – Haaretz.com

| September 29, 2020

Its easier to admit to hatred of the Haredim than to envy of them. Its easier to give expression to hatred than to envy

Bruno Mars: Everything you need to know – Free Radio

| September 29, 2020

He's a talented guy! Bruno Mars is a talented guy - not only does he have an incredibly impressive voice, but he's also a fantastic songwriter too, with an impressive career. Having been a child star, Bruno is no stranger to the showbiz game, having been performing since the age of just four-years-old

Forum to discuss growing threat of online hate – 10News

| September 29, 2020

(KGTV) -- A forum discussing the growing problem of online hate will be held this Wednesday, September 30th. It is hosted by the San Diego Anti-Hate Crime Coalition. The group coordinates outreach, education, and dialogue regarding bullying, hate incidents, and hate crimes in the San Diego region

The religious divide: Incidents of anti-Semitism spotlight divisions in Routt County, one of nation’s least religious counties – Steamboat Pilot and…

| September 29, 2020

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS A few years ago Sam Ogden heard that someone carved a swastika into a Steamboat Springs High School students car along with other Nazi-inspired vandalism. The incidents made the local and national news.

Maine professor agrees with DHS analysis ranking white supremacists as top safety threat – WMTW Portland

| September 29, 2020

Todd Little-Siebold points to, what he calls, a Sanitized Past when it comes to racism in MaineThe professor and expert in racism in Maine history agrees with DHS draft analysis ranking white supremacists as top safety threatDraft documents from the Department of Homeland Security released earlier this month say white supremacists present the most persistent and lethal threat in the United States. Experts in the subject of racism and hate crimes warn Maine is not immune to the consequences of hate. To understand the ideology and risk of white supremacy in Maine, you need to first understand a long history of racism here, says College of the Atlantic professor Todd Little-Siebold.

Heat of the week: Wings, former kings and a sad little frog – Minnesota Daily

| September 29, 2020

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