By Bradley Caro Cook, Ed.D. A Muslim Comedian On a recent drive from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, I binge listened to comedic social commentator Hassan Minaj’s Netflix Series, “The Patriot Act.” In season 1, episode 5, Minaj introduced hype psychology, and the likely unfamiliar clothing-brand Supreme. A Clothing Brand Though you’ve likely never heard of Supreme, the brand itself is the … [Read More...] about What Can A Muslim Comedian Teach Us About Rapidly Selling-Out Jewish Programs?
By Maayan Hoffman eJewish Philanthropy Luciana Pattin, a Madrid-based fundraiser at the local Jewish school, said after her year-long participation in the Kaplan Leadership Initiative, she better understands “why we do what we do.” Pattin completed her fellowship in late fall. Several months later, Pattin said she still feels its effects. “Being a Kaplan fellow has helped me strengthen … [Read More...] about Creating a Global Network: Kaplan Leadership Initiative teaches international fellows leadership skills and ‘why we do what we do’
Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC) is currently accepting applications for the FJC Fellowship: a new, paid, two-year fellowship for college seniors and recent college graduates seeking professional opportunities in the field of Jewish camp. Fellows spend the academic year working full-time at the Foundation for Jewish Camp office in New York City and their summers […]
Kulanu , a grassroots organization that supports returning, emerging, and isolated communities around the globe is hosting the first-ever film festival of African Jewish documentaries focused solely on the experience of Jewish Africans, their challenges and successes, past and present. The two evening event will feature four films from the Jewish communities in Ghana, Uganda, […]
By April Baskin Now that 2019 is here, I see lots of posts on social media about improving our health and fitness in the New Year. They remind me that we, the Jewish community, also need to make our communities healthier when it comes to audacious hospitality. Some of our best-intentioned communities still suffer from […]
By Cantor Katie Oringel “I chose to be a peer mentor because I think that the Bar/Bat Mitzvah is one of the most significant parts of a Jewish person’s life. To be a part of someone’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah is a very special experience and a great opportunity to practice leadership. I have grown significantly as […]