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Breast Cancer Screenings Should Not Be Delayed Due to COVID-19 Early detection and treatment supports the best possible outcomes – HubcitySPOKES.com

| October 31, 2021

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

Theyre just not that into you – Haaretz

| October 31, 2021

Unlike lawmaker Yariv Levin, I wasnt astounded to read the decision about disqualifying former Defense Minister Amir Peretz from serving as Israel Aerospace Industries chairman, just as I wasnt astounded this morning when the sun came up. Not because Amir Peretz isnt qualified of course he is, even the Gilor Committee was forced to admit it (Peretz is fully qualified to serve as the board of directors chairman) or because he doesnt deserve the position he deserves much more

1 in 4 Jews in the US experienced antisemitism in the last year, report says – NPR

| October 31, 2021

A Marcher hold signs that reads "Anti-Semitism = Anti-Human" as they walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in January 2020. Ira L. Black - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption A Marcher hold signs that reads "Anti-Semitism = Anti-Human" as they walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in January 2020.

Nearly One-Third of Jewish Students Report Campus Anti-Semitism – Inside Higher Ed

| October 31, 2021

Almost a third -- 32percent -- of Jewish college students said they personally experienced anti-Semitism directed at them on campus or by a member of their college community within the last year, according to a new survey from Hillel International and the Anti-Defamation League. Most commonly, respondents reported personally experiencing offensive comments online (19percent) or in person (13percent). Onepercent of respondents reported experiencing a physical threat, and 1percent reported experiencing a physical attack.

Antisemitic banners displayed in Austin lead to efforts to improve citys response to hate – KXAN.com

| October 31, 2021

AUSTIN (KXAN) Antisemitic signs that have made a spectacle in Austin the past few days have some community members concerned for their safety and looking for support. City Council Member Alison Alter, who along with other leaders has spoken up about recent events, is now authoring a resolution condemning those acts and directing the city manager to improve Austins response to hate with the help and input of local community groups.

Vermont is better than this | Columnists | benningtonbanner.com – Bennington Banner

| October 31, 2021

November 9 marks the 83rd anniversary of Kristallnacht, The Night of Broken Glass. On that night, Nazis and Nazi sympathizers raided synagogues, Jewish homes, and Jewish businesses throughout Germany, Austria, and the Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia

Police investigating desecration of Torah scroll at George Washington University fraternity – KTVZ

| October 31, 2021

By Andy Rose, CNN A fraternity house at George Washington University was vandalized over the weekend, including desecration of a Torah scroll, according to the university and Tau Kappa Epsilon. Our entire chapter is outraged and saddened by this blatant act of antisemitism and violence against our brothers, the fraternity said in a statement Sunday evening

Daily Kickoff: Jill Biden cites Rabbi Sacks + As Curb returns, an interview with the director – Jewish Insider

| October 30, 2021

Jeff Garlin, Susie Essman, Larry David, Cheryl Hines and J.B. Smoove attend the Premiere Of HBOs Curb Your Enthusiasm at Paramount Pictures Studios on October 19, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. Larry Davids popular comedy series, Curb Your Enthusiasm, returned to HBO on Sunday night for its 11th season.

Two Truths in One Heart Two Peoples in One Land – URI Today

| October 30, 2021

KINGSTON, R.I. Oct. 28, 2021 Rabbi Hanan Schlesinger and Shadi Abu Awwad, leaders of Roots/Shorashim, a grassroots movement of understanding, nonviolence, and transformation among Israelis and Palestinians, will speak about their personal interconnected stories and the groundbreaking work of Roots on Monday, Nov.

Taking action on climate – The Jewish Standard

| October 30, 2021

Rabbi Elliott Tepperman of Bnai Keshet, a Reconstructionist congregation in Montclair, first discovered the writings of Rabbi Arthur Waskow, the Jewish Renewal author and environmental activist, in the early 1990s, when he was a college student at the University of California Santa Cruz.


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