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Opinion: Jewish in a North Shore school my challenges as a parent when kids are unkind – The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

| June 14, 2022

My heart aches as my head panics.

Images from Ukraine: An unexpected encounter with Jewish history and the bloody legacy of persecution – Milwaukee Independent

| June 14, 2022

Even though I have forgotten more about history than most people ever learn, there remains so much I do not know.

The SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song is Now in Yiddish Detroit Jewish News – The Jewish News

| June 14, 2022

(JTA) Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? ShvomBob Kvadrat-hoyzn, of course. And now the Jewish world knows how to say SpongeBob SquarePants in Yiddish, thanks to a translation of the animated kid shows theme song by Eddy Portnoy, the academic advisor and director of exhibitions at the YIVO Institute for Jewish Research in Manhattan.

Jewish roots: the Kent farm cultivating Jewish principles of land stewardship – The Guardian

| June 14, 2022

While for most British Jews, synagogue is the focal point for religious life, Talia Chain finds her faith in nature. Its why, in 2018, she founded Sadeh Farm in Kent, currently Europes only Jewish farming community

Harvard Crimson College Newspaper Biased Against Israel, Says Conservative Group – Algemeiner

| June 14, 2022

Virtually all of college newspaper The Harvard Crimsonscoverage of Israel is negatively biased, according to ananalysis by Campus Reform, a college news daily founded by the Leadership Institute to counter what it calls liberal bias and abuse on the nations college campuses. On Tuesday, the outlet said it had assessed 44 articles published about Israel by the Harvard University newspaper between April 16, 2018 and May 11, 2022, finding that 92 percent of news articles and 58 percent of op-eds malign the Jewish state, with a further 47 percent endorsing the analogy between Israel and the former apartheid regime in South Africa.

Al Pacino Live on Stage | One Night Only to benefit Shakespeare Center Los Angeles and American Jewish University | The South Pasadenan – The South…

| June 14, 2022

The storied career of actor Al Pacino is to be celebrated in a one night only fundraiser Al Pacino Live on Stage, presented on Thursday, June 23 at 8:00 pm at Gindi Auditorium American Jewish University. Following a sequence of film clips, Pacino, a unique and enduring figure in the world of American stage and film, will talk about his career with a moderator, followed by an open Q+A session with the audience. The evening will end with him performing a dramatic reading.

SPONSORED: Jewish camp experience for adults brings out the child in everyone J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| June 4, 2022

Whats the first thing you think of when you hear the word sex? Claire Perelman asks the men and women in their 20s and 30s seated around her, under a tent open on all sides whats known as the Zen Zone at Camp Nai Nai Nai. And whats the first thing you think of when you hear Jewish?

I was gay and Jewish under apartheid. LGBTQ rights are slipping away in the US J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| June 4, 2022

Last month, the world lost a transformational giant in the LGBTQ rights movement.Urvashi Vaidwas a pioneering social justice activist, attorney and award-winning author. She was also one of my great human rights teachers

Bradley Cooper in prosthetic nose reignites Jewish representation debate – The Jewish News of Northern California

| June 4, 2022

AsNetflix released the first stills from the set of Maestro,Bradley Coopers upcoming biopic film about Leonard Bernstein, there was one thing most fans could agree about. Cooper looked utterly unrecognizable, especially in one image as an elderly version of the iconic Jewish conductor.

Belgian teacher who hid Jewish children during Holocaust dies at age 101 – The Times of Israel

| June 4, 2022

Andre Geulen-Herscovici, a teacher from Belgium who helped save approximately 1,000 Jewish children during the Holocaust, died on Wednesday in Ixelles, Belgium, aged 101 years old. As a young teacher, Geulen-Herscovici was disturbed by the Nazi occupation of her hometown of Brussels when Jewish students arrived at her school wearing yellow stars. She told her students both Jewish and non-Jewish to come to school wearing aprons to cover the symbol.


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