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Letter to the Editor: ‘Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears’ – The Bakersfield Californian

| November 3, 2020

We gather, soon, not to praise Caesar, but to elevate ones like him to high offices. We gather in November to examine the new, perhaps bury the old, and ask for change. For a turn around, maybe even for repentance

Do Jews Owe Anything to the US Democratic Party? — Part II – The Jewish Press – JewishPress.com

| November 3, 2020

Photo Credit: unsplash {Reposted from the authors Emet mTsiyon blog} We have shown that Roosevelt [Saint FDR, in the bon mot of Lawrence Lipton in theLA Free Press circa 1963] was a silent partner in the Shoah. Of course young people may think that that was a long time ago.

Memory, Art, and Performance: Three Perspectives on "Leopoldstadt" – The Chicago Maroon

| November 3, 2020

What happens when memory fails to pass from one generation to the next? That is the question that University of Chicago professors LeoraAuslander, Christine Mehring, and David Levin grappled with in the second seminar of theDeep Dive: Tom StoppardsLeopoldstadtseries at Court Theatre

Joe Biden will make a great president; here’s why – opinion – The Jerusalem Post

| November 3, 2020

I have known Joe Biden for a very long time watched him from afar and worked with him up close and I can tell you with certainty he will make a great president.If you and all your friends will just get out and vote, that is.It is no longer a question for whom American Jews will vote next week the most reliable polls put Bidens share between 70 and 75 percent of our community but rather if even more and of even more import, turnout.Its easy to see why.Vice President Biden has for decades stood with Israel, combated antisemitism, and fought for the same sense of social justice I learned in shul and at home. As president, he will continue to safeguard the Jewish state, the Jewish people, Jewish values, and guarantee the unbreakable support of the United States.And you know what

Parashat Lech-Lecha – With ‘wonder and amazement,’ we see hope within chaos – St. Louis Jewish Light

| November 3, 2020

The Eternal One said to Abram: Go forth from your native landto the place that I will show you. (Genesis 12:1) This Shabbat, we will once again read the well-known Parashat Hashavua of Lech-Lechah, which includes the Divines call to our ancestor Abram (later to become known Avraham) to leave his ancestral home and begin his lifes journey and sacred work

Two Greek cemeteries and a Shoah monument vandalised in apparent hate crimes – Jewish News

| October 21, 2020

Two Jewish cemeteries and a Holocaust memorial were vandalised in Greece. The most serious incident, which involved the smashing of several headstones, occurred at the Jewish cemetery on the island of Rhodes on Oct. 11, the Politismika news site reported on Monday

Marga Minco’s autobiography focuses on experience of Dutch Jews in the Shoah – Jewish News

| October 21, 2020

Marga Mincos autobiographical novel, Bitter Herbs, which revolves around the experience of Dutch Jews during the Second World War, has been republished for the first time in more than 60 years. Originally written in 1957, Mincos debut novel has been compared to Anne Franks Diary and has been reissued with a new translation by Jeannette K. Ringold

This Year’s Holocaust Museum LA Gala Will Be Star-Studded, Virtual and a Call to Action – Jewish Journal

| October 21, 2020

In 1961, the Holocaust Museum LA became the first Holocaust museum founded by survivors. The museum became a forum for their artifacts and stories so that their history could be preserved and passed from generation to generation

National Day of Commemoration: Female victims under the Nazi regime memorialised this year – RTL Today

| October 21, 2020

Since 1946, the victims of the Nazi oppression are commemorated in Luxembourg. 75 years ago, the Second World War came to an end.


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