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15th Annual Russian Heritage Month –

| September 20, 2017

The Annual Russian Heritage Month celebrates and honors the rich diversity of cultural traditions brought to the U.S. from the many countries of the former Soviet Union. The Russian-speaking community plays an indispensable role in the culture, economic and social life of New York, the US and the world.

Belarus court OKs luxury flats atop former Jewish cemeteries – Cleveland Jewish News

| August 25, 2017

A judge in Belarus approved the construction of apartments atop two former Jewish cemeteries.

Trump economic aide Gary Cohn chides him on Charlottesville – BBC News

| August 25, 2017

BBC News Trump economic aide Gary Cohn chides him on Charlottesville BBC News US President Donald Trump's top economic adviser has criticised the White House's response to a far-right rally this month in Virginia. National Economic Council director Gary Cohn told the ..

La Crescenta Park’s Nazi ties reflected in new historical marker – Jewish Journal

| August 25, 2017

The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation unveiled a historical marker at Crescenta Valley Community Regional Park in La Crescenta on Aug. 18that includes an explanation of the parks historical ties to Nazis.

Jews and Muslims are natural allies against religious discrimination – The Hill (blog)

| August 24, 2017

On Wednesday, a new month began in the lunar calendars of Jews and Muslims. And it couldnt have come soon enough

Modern meets traditional at Steingold’s, new Jewish deli in North Center – Chicago Tribune

| August 24, 2017

Chicago has one of the largest Jewish populations in the United States, and while there are select delis that have thrived here, the deli is not nearly as prevalent as it is in New York City, where bagels and pastrami on rye are as symbolic of the city as the Statue of Liberty. With their new BYOB restaurant, Steingolds (1840 W.

Heath: Reflections on an American tragedy – Santa Clarita Valley Signal

| August 23, 2017

Imagine for a moment if after the Nazi holocaust, Germany passed segregation legislation, circumscribing where Jewish survivors could live, work, eat and play.

Hillel International selects UCF student – Heritage Florida Jewish News

| August 23, 2017

Alexa Goldstein UCF student Alexa Goldstein (Class of 2019) was chosen to be one of only 17 members of the second cohort of the Hillel International Student Cabinet. "We are so proud of Lexi for being selected for this honor," stated Aaron Weil, executive director and CEO of Central Florida Hillel. "Hillel International only selects 17 students from around the world and this is the first time a student from UCF has been selected for this honor.

After Barcelona, French Jewish Leader Calls For ‘Immediate Eradication’ Of Terrorism – Forward

| August 21, 2017

Getty Images (JTA) Following the death of a pedestrian in what appeared to be a vehicular terrorist attack in Marseille, a leader of the local Jewish community called for the immediate eradication of terrorism. Bruno Benjamin, the president of the local branch of the CRIF umbrella of Jewish communities, wrote the message on Twitter on Monday, shortly after police arrested a man they suspect is connected to the slaying of one woman and the serious injury of another woman in a car-ramming attack that morning.

Hey, America, Now You Have Our Worst People. You’re Welcome. – BuzzFeed News

| August 19, 2017

If youve been paying attention to all of the increasingly bad news in the world lately, youve probably heard of the Proud Boys, a group of right-wing millennial hipsters who like to punch the shit out of each other.

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