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Pa. Attorney General asks judge to keep restrictions on gatherings – ABC27

| September 17, 2020

Guthrie and community partners break ground on $4.5 million early childhood learning centerNews / 20 hours ago 86-year-old woman found dead in walk-in refrigerator at Trotwood nursing homeNews / 21 hours ago Good Samaritans save state trooper assaulted by Richmond man during a traffic stop in HenricoNews / 15 hours ago Veteran robbed during heart attackNews / 21 hours ago hopkins in courtNews / 1 day ago Sedgwick County and law enforcement communities remember Sheriff's Deputy Robert KunzeVideo / 16 hours ago Rochester Mayor addresses Daniel Prude death, city protests and accountabilityNews / 17 hours ago Mayor Lovely Warren addresses Daniel Prude death, Rochester protests, accountability, and more (full interview) September 16, 2020News / 21 hours ago Survivor writes free how-to guide on beating brain cancerNews / 2 days ago CDC's Redfield comments on the importance of masksNews / 1 day ago Trump presides as Israel, 2 Arab states sign historic pactsNews / 2 days ago Mideast peace agreementNews / 2 days ago

UAE’s Jews to Affiliate with World Body – The Media Line

| September 11, 2020

The Jewish Council of the Emirates (JCE), the recognized representative body of Jews living in the United Arab Emirates, announced on Thursday its intention to formally affiliate itself with the World Jewish Congress. The move is expected to be finalized at the next WJC Plenary Assembly, scheduled for May 2021. By aligning itself with the international federation, the JCE will be joining over 100 similar Jewish communities from across the globe, who together work to protect Jewish heritage and culture

DAILY BRIEFING South Mission Beach cleanup Greek cafe coming to La Jolla and Organic Harvest Month – A round-up of news community and business briefs…

| September 9, 2020

DAILY BRIEFING South Mission Beach cleanup, Greek cafe coming to La Jolla, and Organic Harvest Month IPA infused organic chicken kabobs. A round-upof news, community, and business briefs from highlighting whats happening in our community

Jews banished by Austria offered a chance to reclaim citizenship – The Jewish Star

| September 9, 2020

By Toby Axelrod, JTA Caroline Wellberys father, the late German literary scholar Egon Schwarz, fled Austria with his family after the Nazis annexed the country in 1938, when he was 15. Schwarz ended up studying in the United States and then teaching at Harvard and Washington University in St. Louis

Anti-Union Progressives – The American Prospect

| September 9, 2020

Since its founding in 1867, Brooklyn Friends School has highlighted its Quaker valuesits website notes that those values include community: taking care of one another and equality: honoring each person and working against oppression. Considering the schools progressive traditions, many Brooklyn Friends families and alumni were stunned when school officials disclosed in mid-August that they had asked the Trump National Labor Relations Board to kick out the union representing 400 of its employees. The school, with minimum tuition of $46,400 a year, asked the labor board to invoke a two-month-old NLRB decision and declare that as a religious institution, Brooklyn Friends no longer had to recognize or bargain with its union.

Mike Pence Closes Out Night 3 of the G.O.P. Convention, Making the Case for Trump – The New York Times

| August 31, 2020

Heres what you need to know: Republicans have intensified their unrest-focused message, with Kenosha as a backdrop. Richard Grenell, a former diplomat and intelligence official, revives an unsubstantiated wiretap claim

British rapper Wiley repeats tropes about Jewish power and money in new interview – Forward

| August 26, 2020

Image by Getty/Tabatha Fireman/Str... The artist Wiley prompted a Twitter walkout of British Jews after an anti-Semitic tirade posted on the platform

RNC speaker criticized for several actions seen as dogwhistles to alt-right – Forward

| August 26, 2020

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Michael Rakowitzs Art of Return – The New Yorker

| August 18, 2020

We came to Kuwait, and the Americans showed us an awful, splayed piece of metal, he recalled. I had never seen anything so horrific.

When, Where, and How? Your Guide to Museum Reopenings in New York City – Vogue

| August 18, 2020

A long summer of cultural scarcity was brought to a partial end on Friday when Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that museums would be able to reopen in New York on August 24albeit at 25% capacity and with timed ticketing in place. The Phase 4 reopening of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, MoMA, and other cultural hubs after a five-month absence is undoubtedly exciting, but our current situation demands a certain level of advance preparation: To that end, weve compiled a guide to whenand howsome of New York Citys most beloved museums and cultural institutions will be opening their doors. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Reopening date: August 29 Reopening plan: 25% capacity, timed entrance registration, face coverings required, coat check temporarily closed The Met Cloisters Reopening date: September 12 Reopening plan: 25% capacity, timed entrance registration, face coverings required, coat check temporarily closed The Whitney Reopening date: September 3 for the general public, August 27 for members Reopening plan: 25% capacity, timed entrance registration, temperature checks administered to visitors on arrival, social distancing enforced by museum guards MoMA Reopening date: August 27, with one month of free admission Reopening plan: 25% capacity, timed entrance registration, face coverings required The American Museum of Natural History Reopening date: September 9 for the general public, September 2 for members Reopening plan: 25% capacity, timed entrance registration, face coverings required, plexiglass barriers at ticket counters, hand-sanitizer stations throughout the building, cordoned-off interactive displays, limited elevator and restroom capacity Museum of Jewish Heritage Reopening date: September 9 Reopening plan: 25% capacity, timed entrance registration, face coverings required, limited hours (open three days per week, as opposed to its previous six)

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