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How the American right became aligned with Hungary and its authoritarian leader – NPR

| July 14, 2022


NYC’s Holocaust museum uses personal objects to tell the story of lives lived and lost – Jewish Exponent

| July 6, 2022

An enamel bowl, on display at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan, was carried through three concentration camps by the Burbea family from Libya, even serving as a vessel to carry their youngest son to his circumcision when he was born in Bergen-Belsen in 1944. (Museum of Jewish Heritage) By Julia Gergely (New York Jewish Week) A young childs diary, a favorite doll, a cookbook of family recipes, a report card, a Torah scroll smuggled to the United States and a silver spoon found among the rubble at a concentration camp

Subverting the religious freedom of a Jewish school – WORLD News Group

| July 2, 2022

Earlier this month, a New York court judge ruled that Yeshiva University must extend official recognition to a campus LGBT club even though the club contradicts Yeshivas understanding of the Jewish faith. According to the court, Yeshiva is not sufficiently religious to qualify for an exemption under New York Citys public accommodation law.

Library event to focus on art of henna – Delaware Gazette

| July 2, 2022

This weekend leads us into July, and Independence Day celebrations will be aplenty! While all branches of the Delaware County District Library will be closed Sunday and Monday for the holiday, well still be out and about in the community. Look for the annual appearance of the Book Cart Brigade going through downtown Ostrander during its Independence Day parade. The drill team always has a fun time and shows off their coordinated moves.

Books to Read for Jewish American Heritage Month | Book Riot

| June 25, 2022

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Statement by Minister Hussen on Canadian Jewish Heritage Month

| June 21, 2022

OTTAWA, May 1, 2022 Today marks the beginning of Canadian Jewish Heritage Month, a time to celebrate Jewish culture, faith, and history in Canada. Canada is home to an estimated 400,000 people of Jewish heritage, making it the fourth-largest Jewish community in the world

Elan Carr: Jewish American Heritage Month passes without enough fanfare …

| June 21, 2022

(June 1, 2022 / JNS) May is over. Did you know it was Jewish American Heritage Month?

New York City Mayor Eric Adams celebrates annual Jewish Heritage Month …

| June 21, 2022

(May 24, 2022 / JNS) New York City Mayor Eric Adams hosted this years annual Jewish Heritage Month reception at Gracie Mansion on Tuesday, celebrating centuries of Jewish history, achievement and community-building in New York City. Joining the list of dignitaries and speakers was Ambassador Asaf Zamir, the Consul General of Israel in New York, the largest Jewish community in the world outside of Israel. He spoke of the singular connection between Israel and New York City, emphasizing ties in all kinds of matters.

Reflections on Jewish Heritage Month from Dr. Ayelet Kuper

| June 21, 2022

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May is National Jewish Heritage Month in Canada – UIA

| June 14, 2022

May is the 3rd annual National Jewish Heritage Month in Canada. National Jewish Heritage Month is a great opportunity to learn about the impact of Jewish heritage in communities across the country, and to appreciate the significant contributions made by Jewish Canadians in the fields of medicine, law, politics, arts, business and philanthropy. Here are some ways you can celebrate National Jewish Heritage Month

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