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The Exquisite Violence of The Age of Innocence – Vulture

| January 22, 2021

Spend an evening withVulture, every Friday at 7 p.m. ET on Twitter. There are no shootings or beatdowns

JUF News | Jewish Women’s Foundation allocates $413000 in grants supporting women and girls – Jewish United Fund

| January 22, 2021

Responding to a year of extraordinary need, with an eye on opportunities ahead, the Jewish Women's Foundation allocated $413,000 in grants supporting 27 organizations in 2021. Included in this year's allocations are 10 grants supported by the Ellie Fund, focused on reproductive health care, lifting women and girls out of poverty, and promoting health, non-violence, and career development.

Israel tops 4,000 coronavirus deaths since the start of the pandemic – The Jerusalem Post

| January 22, 2021

The cabinet meeting that was expected to take place on Wednesday has been moved up to Tuesday so that the government can determine next steps for tackling the coronavirus crisis. There were 5,060 new cases of the virus diagnosed on Saturday, the Health Ministry reported Sunday evening, with 7.2% of those screened receiving positive results. Among the sick were 1,177 in serious condition, including 282 who were intubated.

Yehuda ‘Yudi’ Dukes, Hasidic father of 6, is dead after 10-month battle with COVID – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| January 22, 2021

(JTA) Rabbi Yehuda Yudi Dukes, a Hasidic father of six who became sick with COVID-19 in late March and spent nearly 10 months in the hospital as he struggled with the effects of the disease, died Thursday. He was 39

Once Again, Video Shows Ultra-Orthodox Jews at Crowded Maskless Wedding – Friendly Atheist – Patheos

| January 22, 2021

Back in November, thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews took part in an indoor, mask-free wedding in New York City. They sang, they celebrated, they spread COVID

Police chief says trend of Haredi violence against cops only getting worse – The Times of Israel

| January 22, 2021

A police officer who was lightly injured by anultra-Orthodox mob in Bnei Brak on Thursday said during the five minutes when it unfolded she feared for [her] life.

Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage sets ‘Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’ exhibition for run that starts next month – Crain’s…

| January 22, 2021

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood next month will host "Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg," an exhibition about the iconic Supreme Court associate justice. The museum said in a news release on Wednesday, Jan.

2000 Jewish heritage sites in Iraq and Syria listed for protection from bombing – Jewish News

| January 22, 2021

Researchers from the UK, US and Israel have given Western militaries active in the skies over Iraq and Syria a list of ancient Jewish heritage sites for bombers to avoid. The landmark inventory lists the nature and coordinates of more than 2,000 nationally and internationally important Jewish heritage sites in order to protect them in the event of armed conflict.

Coast Latino Coalition turns six years old – Fort Bragg Advocate-News

| January 22, 2021

FORT BRAGG The Latino Coalition of the Mendocino Coast, also known as LatCo, was formed in the spring of 2015 to concentrate on issues of interest and concern to the Latinx community.

US Groups Blast Outgoing Trump Administration for Last Minute Deal with Turkey – The Pappas Post

| January 22, 2021

In its final hours, the Trump Administration signed what several groups in the United States are calling a disastrous bilateral U.S.-Turkey Memorandum of Understanding that formally grants Turkey legal rights over the vast religious-cultural heritage of the regions indigenous peoples and other minority populations.


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