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The Surfside tragedy recalls South Florida’s long hold on the Jewish imagination and reality – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| June 29, 2021

(JTA) Until a 13-story building inexplicably collapsed in the middle of the night, placing the whereabouts and lives of 159 residents in doubt, few gave Surfside, Florida, very much thought before last week. The town was, after all, a South Florida misnomer. Theres no surfing

US, Germany confront rising antisemitism, Holocaust denial – USA TODAY

| June 29, 2021

Matthew Lee| Associated Press New York Holocaust survivors reunite post-pandemic After more than a year of isolation due to the coronavirus, dozens of New York-area Holocaust survivors reunite for a concert held in their honor. (June 14) AP BERLIN The United States and Germany launched a new initiative Thursday to stem an alarming rise in antisemitism and Holocaust denial around the world

Mountain Brook Council meeting packed to capacity with concerns of diversity teachings – Alabama’s News Leader

| June 29, 2021

Mountain Brook Council meeting packed to capacity with concerns of diversity teachings   Alabama's News Leader Mountain Brook city council plans to take questions from the public on diversity training in schools   WBRC Mountain Brook Schools diversity imitative drawing attention from community members   WIAT - CBS42.com Mountain Brook backtracks on anti-bias training after parent criticism links to critical race theory   AL.com Mountain Brook Residents Sound Off About Diversity Initiative   Patch.com View Full Coverage on Google News

Not Every QAnon Believer’s an Antisemite. But There’s a Lot of Overlap Between Its Adherents and Belief in a Century-Old Antisemitic Hoax – Morning…

| June 29, 2021

This article is part of a deep dive on the Jan. 6 riot in Washington and creeping authoritarianism in America. See all of our work here.

Retiring Greenwich educator reflects on 30-year career: ‘I really found my passion’ – Greenwich Time

| June 29, 2021

GREENWICH History has a funny way of repeating itself. Greenwich Education Association President Carol Sutton, a former longtime Greenwich High School social studies teacher, still recalls in the early 1990s, when her career was just beginning, the kinds of conversations that were increasingly taking place in the classroom.

The Korean Diasporas in Mexico and Eurasia – The Diplomat

| June 29, 2021

Advertisement May 4, 2021 marked the 116th anniversary of the arrival of ethnic Koreans to Latin America. In April 1905, the first thousand Korean labor migrants boarded a British cargo ship in the Korean port of Chemulpo (present-day Incheon).

London Design Biennale 2021 Winners: Chile, Venezuela, Pavilion of the African Diaspora, and Israel – ArchDaily

| June 29, 2021

London Design Biennale 2021 Winners: Chile, Venezuela, Pavilion of the African Diaspora, and Israel Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or The jury of the London Design Biennale 2021 has announced today June 24 the winning pavilions to the third edition. Responding to artistic director and curator Es Devlin's theme Resonance, the Biennale brings together over 30 pavilions to showcase how design can provide solutions to the challenges of our times, from sustainability to globalization, to migration to the future of humanity

Reflecting on the diaspora’s tangible and intangible contributions – University World News

| June 29, 2021

AFRICA-GLOBAL In addition, the concept note advances the notion that African higher education institutions should consider the need for country policies and funding to harness diaspora academics.

Confusion and connection: The yams and sweet potatoes of the African Diaspora – Yahoo Lifestyle

| June 29, 2021

a plate of freshly harvested sweet potatoes Welcome to Flavor & Soul: A Brief History of African American Food. Well be taking a closer look at one dish each week and tracing its roots within the African American cooking tradition. Sweet potatoes are a revered staple for most important meals in African American life.

What To Do This Week: June 29 July 4 – Nob Hill Gazette

| June 29, 2021

You know you have made it to a pivotal point in the year when everyone is talking about fireworks, festivals and sneaking out of work a bit earlier than usual. Don your best red, white, and blue attire and fill your calendar with some cant-miss arts, entertainment and culture this week


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