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Unorthodox and the captivity narrative tradition to which it belongs – The Christian Century

| December 30, 2021

Before the opening credits of the Netflix series Unorthodox, we see a detached wire dangling from a metal pole. Its a lonely scene within a dreary cityscape

Homeowners should be able to expand houses by building another storey, ministers are told – iNews

| December 30, 2021

Homeowners should be able to expand their houses by building an extra storey on top, according to a new paper from a think-tank run by the Governments building design czar.

Jewish Non-Profit Provides Halal Meat to Afghan Refugees and Others – Jersey City Times

| December 30, 2021

The Hebrew word masbia means to satiate. Fittingly, its also the name ofa Jewish nonprofit that came to Greenville yesterday to provide satiating quantities of free halal meat to newly arrived Afghan immigrants, among others

In Palo Alto, a ‘first day’ of Jewish education in Russian J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| December 30, 2021

Natalia Tsvibel is a whirling dervish of a teacher. Moving quickly around the room at the Oshman Family JCC in Palo Alto, eyes wide and arms spread wider, she speaks rapidly in Russian to the 30-some people seated around her in family groups: parents, grandparents and young children

‘Fun fact’ about Steph Curry’s Hebrew tattoo makes a splash on Twitter J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| December 30, 2021

Earlier this month, Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry set a new NBA record for most made 3-point baskets when he drained number 2,974 in a game against the New York Knicks. On Dec. 28, he hit number 3,000 in front of his home crowd at San Franciscos Chase Center.

The top 10 most-read medical ethics articles in 2021 – American Medical Association

| December 30, 2021

Each month, the AMA Journal of Ethics (@JournalofEthics) gathers insights from physicians and other experts to explore issues in medical ethics that are highly relevant to doctors in practice and the future physicians now in medical schools, as well as the other health professionals who constitute the health care team. Below, find the 10 most popular AMA Journal of Ethics articles published this year.

Rep. Gottheimer says progressive protesters shouted ‘Jew …

| December 30, 2021

Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo is backing up a Jewish congressmans incendiary claim that he heard protesters scream Jew! at him during a September event in New Jersey. Garden State Democratic Rep. Josh Gottheimer caused a stir during a Dec

‘Licorice Pizza’ shows us what makes Jews and Haim unique J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| December 30, 2021

This piece first appeared in the Forward.

Our research shows many DEI staff have a blind spot about Jews J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| December 30, 2021

This piece first appeared in the Forward. Progressive Jews face a conundrum with respect to university diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.

A Hare and an Inheritance, Once Hidden, at the Jewish Museum – The New York Times

| December 30, 2021

In his best seller The Hare With Amber Eyes, the writer and ceramicist Edmund de Waal traces the journey of his Jewish family and their art collection from the late 19th century to the 21st. The book combines history and memoir with a kind of object-oriented ontology, drawing parallels between the diaspora of Jews after World War II and the Ephrussi familys dispersed possessions (many of them looted by the Nazis). It begins when the author inherits a collection of Japanese netsuke, palm-size carved sculptures dating from the Edo period that had been with his Ephrussi relatives for generations


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