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A mensch stirred by the generosity of her heart – The Times of Israel

| May 10, 2022

On Yom HaShoah, I was talking to someone at JW3 about Corrie ten Boom, the incredible Dutch woman who saved hundreds of Jews lives in the Shoah, and was later honoured by Yad Vashem as one of the Righteous Among the Nations. I mentioned her famous response to being asked why as a Christian she risked her life to save Jews: You cant love God without loving the Jewish People. And I quipped, as I have often done in the past, that whilst I absolutely love the Jewish People, truth is, as a Jewish communal professional, its not always as easy to love all Jewish people

Why you need to take right-wing comedy seriously – Fast Company

| May 10, 2022

It was one of the more spectacular TV flops of the 21st century. Late in the second term of President George W. Bush, in 2007, Fox News decided that it had the right-wing alternative to Comedy Centrals popular and influential The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

Educator and Family Resources for Mental Health Awareness Month from Discovery Education and Social Impact Partners – Yahoo Finance

| May 10, 2022

SILVER SPRING, Md. --News Direct-- Discovery Education SILVER SPRING, Md., May 3, 2022 /3BL Media/ In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month 2022, observed annually in May, Discovery Education and partners are proud to present educators, students, and families a diverse array of dynamic digital resources supporting the mental health of students everywhere. Centered this year on the theme Together for Mental Health, Mental Health Awareness Month supports all forms of mental wellness.

Author of ‘Pillar of Salt’ to speak at HMH – Jewish Herald-Voice

| May 10, 2022

Anna Eisen, author of Pillar of Salt, will be the guest speaker of Friends of the Boniuk Library at Holocaust Museum Houston on Wednesday, May 11, 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Daughter of a Holocaust survivor, Eisen recently published her fathers and familys story

Reflection on the Challenges of Armenian Genocide Education in the 21st Century International Conference – Armenian Weekly

| May 10, 2022

Participants in the Challenges of Armenian Genocide Education in the 21st Century International Conference Late last month, the Armenian Genocide Museum-Institute organized a three-day international conference titled Challenges of Armenian Genocide Education in the 21st Century. More than 30 educators, scholars and genocide experts participated with speakers from Armenia, Lebanon, Israel, Rwanda and the US. The speakers discussed the ethical and moral issues surrounding genocide education, comparative study for elementary and secondary schools in different countries, the role of museums and genocide institutes, the impact of oral genocide education and the importance of genocide education for national identity building for future generations and its methodological challenges

On European Stages, Myths and Memories Merge – The New York Times

| May 10, 2022

STUTTGART, Germany Perhaps no theater director working today is more haunted by memory than Krzysztof Warlikowski. To portray its tortuous mechanisms, the Polish Warlikowski favors enigmas and fragmented narratives over straightforward answers. During the past 20 years, this has helped make him one of Europes most acclaimed and distinctive directors

Leave the Jews out of the war in Ukraine – Australian Jewish News

| April 23, 2022

Russian President Vladimir Putin launched his brutal war with a straight face, claiming to be de-Nazifying Ukraine.

The Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company to Present ‘The Shoah Songbook Part Three: Poland’ – OperaWire

| April 18, 2022

As part of the Shoah Songbook series, the Harold Green Jewish Theatre Company and the Likht Ensemble will present the third work that focuses on the music of Polish composers and music from Polish ghettos. On April 27 (Holocaust Remembrance Day) the Lihkt Ensembles recorded concert will be made available showcasing a variety of Polish music including classical art song, Yiddish folk music, and dances for violin and piano. They will premiere the first recordings of Szymon Laks Three Warsaw Polonaises, Ben-Horins original arrangements of Yiddish and Polish folk songs by Miriam Harel and other composers from the Polish ghettos

The Dreams of Sholem Asch | David Randall – First Things

| April 18, 2022

Who has heard of Yiddish writer Sholem Asch (18801957) or his masterpiece The Nazarene, published in 1939 at the outbreak of the Second World War? The novel's vision of Jewish-Christian harmony endeared him briefly to Christians, as did the sequels The Apostle and Mary, but it lost him some of his Yiddish readers. Some didnt care for a Yiddish Gospel, more were murdered by the Nazis, and the rest had little taste for interfaith reconciliation after the Shoah.

Haute Residence and Acclaimed Real Estate Broker Myra Nourmand Continue Their Partnership Into Its Seventh Year – 69News WFMZ-TV

| April 18, 2022

Haute Residence and acclaimed real estate professional Myra Nourmand continue their successful partnership. As a Haute Residence partner for seven years now, Nourmand represents the upscale Los Angeles Market to the publication's thousands of readers and social media followers.


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