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Long Island Jewish History Museum Opens in Glen Cove – Long Island Press

| October 10, 2022

The Long Island Jewish History Museum, located inside the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center in Glen Cove, officially opened to the public on Oct.

‘To be truly safe, we need our community’: Jewish groups rally in Northampton for immigration justice – Amherst Bulletin

| October 10, 2022

NORTHAMPTON Jewish leaders and their congregations came together Sunday to show support and respect for the local immigrant community at a time when those who are fleeing violence and oppression in their homelands are struggling to find acceptance in many parts of the country. More than 50 people attended an hourlong Securing Safety rally for immigration justice at the Connecticut River Greenway State Park on Damon Road.

Jews on the move: The geographic dimension of Jewish survival in North America – eJewish Philanthropy

| September 29, 2022

Throughout history, Jews have been a people on the move, from the nomadic Abraham and Sarah to Moses wandering in the desert, to the massive relocations of the modern era often spurred by antisemitic violence and poverty. This last contributed significantly to the creation of the two Jewish population mega-centers that exist today: Israel, an intentionally created Jewish state, and the United States, where Jews constitute an accepted and respected minority.

The Jewish word that no one uses anymore – Religion News Service

| September 29, 2022

(RNS) There is a Yiddish word that our grandparents used that has fallen out of use.The word is shanda shame. Some would say: Good riddance. For several generations, the idea and living reality of shandaserved as fuel in our personal and communal Jewish engines

Jewish students fight hate in the High Holy Days with education – KPBS

| September 29, 2022

The Jewish community across San Diego County continue to celebrate High Holy Days. This week marks Rosh Hashanah, the New Year 5783 on the Jewish calendar

Kandinsky painting returned to Jewish family as Netherlands shifts approach to looted art – St. Louis Jewish Light

| September 29, 2022

(JTA) A Dutch committee charged with assessing and acting on claims about artwork stolen from Jews before and during the Holocaust has determined that a painting by Wassily Kandinsky should be returned to the family of the Jewish woman who likely owned it prior to the Holocaust.

Alarming letter referencing Nazis delivered to Staten Island Jewish man on Rosh Hashana – SILive.com

| September 29, 2022

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. A Jewish man from Staten Island expressed outrage after an individual put a flyer referencing Nazis in his mailbox during the Jewish New Year holiday, Rosh Hashana. Charlie Greinsky of Dongan Hills told the Advance/SILive.com that he received the disturbing flyer on Monday

Your Daily Phil: Bicycling in Jerusalem + Jewish migration in the U.S. – eJewish Philanthropy

| September 29, 2022

WHEEL CHANGEJerusalems cycling activists face an uphill climb For secular Israelis, next week offers the opportunity for the best biking holiday of the year: Yom Kippur, when cars in Israel stay off the road and bicycles fill empty highways.

Amid rising threats, local Jewish orgs nab $2M in federal security funds J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| September 29, 2022

Ten Bay Area synagogues and five other Jewish nonprofits have received money from the federal government to improve their security and help make them less vulnerable against antisemitic attacks.

Newish Jewish, at Kossars and Beyond – The New Yorker

| September 29, 2022

In Mimi Sheratons book The Bialy Eaters, from 2000, she entertains, and soundly dismisses, a theory that the bialy, a bagel-adjacent Jewish roll, originated not in Bialystok, Poland, but in New York. Bialyswhich are not boiled before theyre baked; which have shallow depressions at their centers instead of holes, to be filled with onions and poppy seeds, most traditionally; and which bear a dusting of white flourmay not have been invented here, but is there any city in the world where its easier to find them


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