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Jewish Quarter (Jerusalem) – Wikipedia

| October 15, 2019

The Jewish Quarter (Hebrew: , HaRova HaYehudi; Arabic: , Harat al-Yehud) is one of the four traditional quarters of the Old City of Jerusalem (part of Israeli-occupied East Jerusalem). The 116,000 square meter area[1] lies in the southeastern sector of the walled city, and stretches from the Zion Gate in the south, along the Armenian Quarter on the west, up to the Street of the Chain in the north and extends to the Western Wall and the Temple Mount in the east. In the early 20th century, the Jewish population of the quarter reached 19,000.[2] The quarter is inhabited by around 2,000 residents and is home to numerous yeshivas and synagogues, most notably the Hurva Synagogue, destroyed numerous times and rededicated in 2010.

Misreading American Jews Feelings About Israel | Jewish Week

| October 9, 2019

President Trumps comments last month regarding the disloyalty to Israel and to themselves of American Jews who vote Democratic reignited a debate about American Jewish priorities and views of Israel.

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month 2019 | New York Latin …

| October 6, 2019

We are far more Hispanic than we think. When a crew member in the expedition of Christopher Columbus spotted land on October 12, 1492, he set in motion a world-changing series of events. The Italian Columbus claimed the New World for his Spanish patrons.

Singing An American Tune | Jewish Week

| May 18, 2019

Its a musical journey thats long and deep, robust and resonant. While Carnegie Halls citywide cultural festival Migrations: The Making of America which kicks off on Saturday, March 9 with a concert at Carnegie Hall has been in the works for several years, the theme is most timely now. The festival celebrates the musical legacy of three migrations: the crossings from Scotland and Ireland during the 18th and 19th centuries, the immigration of Jews from Russia and Eastern Europe between 1881 and 1924, and the migration of African-Americans from the South from 1917 to the 1970s.

Welcome | Jewish Museum of Florida – FIU

| May 17, 2019

23rd Annual Breaking the Glass Ceiling Awards Luncheon Sunday, April 7, 2019 Thank you everyone who attended the 23rd Annual Breaking the Glass Ceiling Awards Luncheon. The Museum proudly recognized this years honorees: Susan Brustman, Michele Oka Doner, Mera Rubell & Elizabeth Schwartz and welcomed them into our prestigious group of nearly 100 Breaking the Glass Ceiling honorees to date. Click here to view Breaking the Glass Ceiling Ad Journal which lists event sponsors, honoree bios and more

L.A. welcomes Jewish Heritage Month – Park Labrea News …

| May 9, 2019

The city of Los Angeles welcomes Jewish American Heritage Month alongside Jewish nonprofit and faith leaders and the citys vibrant Jewish community. May, which is Jewish American Heritage Month, will be marked in City Hall with an exhibit and the marquee celebration Being Deborah: A History of Jewish Women Creating Change in Los Angeles on May 29

Presidential Proclamation on Jewish American Heritage Month …

| May 6, 2019

Office of the Press SecretaryApril 30, 2019 JEWISH AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH, 2019 BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION As we observe Jewish American Heritage Month, our Nation celebrates nearly 4,000 years of Jewish history and honors the numerous contributions of Jewish Americans to our country and the world.

Federal Register :: Jewish American Heritage Month, 2019

| May 6, 2019

Start Printed Page 19685 Proclamation 9868 of April 30, 2019 A Proclamation As we observe Jewish American Heritage Month, our Nation celebrates nearly 4,000 years of Jewish history and honors the numerous contributions of Jewish Americans to our country and the world.

Trump decries rise in anti-Semitism in proclamation for …

| May 3, 2019

President Donald Trump decried the rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes and referenced the shooting attacks on synagogues in Poway and Pittsburgh in a proclamation for Jewish American Heritage Month. As we observe Jewish American Heritage Month, our nation celebrates nearly 4,000 years of Jewish history and honors the numerous contributions of Jewish Americans to our country and the world, read the proclamation dated April 30. Jewish American Heritage Month is marked in May

Jewish American Heritage Month – Councilmember David Ryu

| April 13, 2019

Please Join the City of Los Angeles and Jewish Leaders from across Southern California for a celebration of Jewish life and culture during Jewish American Heritage Month. This year's celebration - "Being Deborah" - will celebrate the historyof Jewish Women creating change in Los Angeles


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