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Mixed ethnic backgrounds make it that much harder to find a bone marrow transplant – MLive.com

| February 16, 2020

ANN ARBOR, MI They searched the world for a match.

How Blue and White tries to break the cycle of electoral purgatory – The Jerusalem Post

| February 16, 2020

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Benny Gantz have both had a busy week. The leaders of the two largest parties have been crisscrossing the country, meeting voters, giving speeches, doing events and trying to drum up support and enthusiasm for the coming election. But the truth is, the country is in political gridlock, and the polls are not moving decisively in any direction

The Illusion of Genetic Romance – Scientific American

| February 16, 2020

Genetic matchmaking is entering the mainstream.

Rivlin leads initiative against bullying on social media – Arutz Sheva

| February 16, 2020

President Reuven Rivlin participated this morning, Sunday, in the launch of the the #__ (DontStandBy) initiative at Beit HaNasi in Jerusalem. Director-General of the Ministry of Education Shmuel Abuav and Director-General of the Ministry of Public Security Maj Gen (ret) Moshe (Chico) Edri also participated in the event and spoke about the work of their ministries in this field, as well as young influencers on social media who are taking part in the initiative and heads of organizations and youth movements dealing with children and young people. Noa Kirel was the host of the press conference and singer Agam Buhbut performed her song Little Girl.

Jewish bakeries on the rise in the Bay Area – San Francisco Chronicle

| February 16, 2020

Sam Tobis never intended to open a Jewish bakery. The New York native moved to the Bay Area 12 years ago to attend UC Berkeley. Like many other Cal grads, he stayed

Slamdance 2020: Tahara – Solzy at the Movies

| February 16, 2020

Tahara focuses on pair of young Jewish women who are grieving the loss of their Hebrew school classmate following a suicide. Carrie Lowstein (Madeline Grey DeFreece) and Hannah Rosen (Rachel Sennott) are best friends

Wind instruments like an addiction – The Jerusalem Post

| February 2, 2020

Yonnie Dror specializes in playing wind instruments: duduk, nay, shofar, clarinet, saxophone and diverse flutes.

The history of Hasidism: A New History by those who wrote it – Forward

| January 31, 2020

Editors Note: In 2018, the Forward published this essay raising concerns about female representation in Jewish Studies, focused on a 2017 book about Hasidism. One of its authors responded this month with a broader critique of diversity in the field.

JUF News | The Color of Love – Jewish United Fund

| January 31, 2020

In her debut memoir, The Color of Love: A Story of a Mixed-Race Jewish Girl,independent film and television producer Marra B. Gad tells a deeply compelling story about her life as an adopted, biracial Jew growing up in Chicago in the 1970s. Told she was not "black enough" for black spaces, Gad simultaneously faced racism in the Jewish community--even within her own family.

What Is a Jew of Color? – Jewish Journal

| January 31, 2020

With the surge of identity politics in the United States and Europe, there is a vigorous debate about the place of the Jewish community within the racial identity sociological construct. In these discussions, a frequent hot topic is whether Jews are classified as white. Numerous articles and op-eds have been devoted to this issue.


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