What brings together 25 participants from eight countries to Chisinau, Moldova?
Israel and the Jews in Europe must learn how to communicate much better By Luis Bassat Judaism in Europe is going through a difficult time and the economic downturn has undoubtedly had a decisive effect on this. Europe’s growth cannot compete … [Continue reading]
By Dovid Margolin This is the third in a five-part series on Chabad’s impact on Jewish life in Argentina, one of the largest Jewish communities in the world. Buenos Aires, Argentina - A broad, barrel-chested man, Gabi Levinsky rose to address … [Continue reading]
By David J. Steiner “God is a fundamental axiom of Judaism,” exclaimed one of the people who came to console us upon the death of Herbert M. Kliebard, acclaimed scholar and author of The Struggle for the American Curriculum, who would have been my … [Continue reading]
By Rabbi Paul Kipnes The insight took me by surprise. Hanging with our faculty cohort late at Friday night at the URJ Camp Newman in Santa Rosa, CA, I came to realize that so much of who I was, who our children are becoming, and how our family has … [Continue reading]
URJ Kutz Camp, located in Warwick, New York, is the summer home to NFTY, the Reform Jewish Youth Movement and progressive Jewish teens worldwide. When Hattie and Milton Kutz gifted $100,000 of their estate toward the creation of a Reform Movement … [Continue reading]
Grassroots, bold and sassy, deep, integrative, and committed to Jewish text and the Jewish fringes, Limmud SA adds fire to the South African Jewish scene. [To celebrate Limmud’s 35th year, eJewishPhilanthropy is offering a look into Jewish … [Continue reading]