By Nate Geller After three and a half years working at a nonprofit Jewish digital media organization with an international news agency, you’d think I would have developed a tolerance for bad news (or even an appreciation - if it bleeds it leads!). But the last few months have b … [Read more...] about Some Personal Wisdom: The Bad News and the Good News
When eJP launched back in 2007, we saw it as a place "to create dialogue and advance the conversation." Since 2009, the phrase has appeared on every page of our website." While not our elevator pitch, those seven words frame our worldview.
We have been fortunate that with a … [Read more...] about eJP as a Marketplace of Ideas:
A Letter to Our Readers
Yesterday, the URJ made the courageous and correct decision to cancel all in-person activities this summer, including their summer camps and Israel/travel programs.
Like every other day, yesterday began at 5 am with the first of many cups of strong black coffee. By 10 am … [Read more...] about Camp 2020:
The Summer That Won’t Be
Dina Rabhan has been appointed CEO of Jerusalem U.
Rabhan’s appointment is part of Jerusalem U’s global education media strategy. She will develop and oversee Jerusalem U’s vision and strategy with a focus on creating scalable, educational and entertaining products and platforms … [Read more...] about Comings and Goings:
Over 2000 participants are converging this week in Brimingham England for Limmud Festival 2018. Presenters will include Dana International, celebrating the 20th anniversary of her Eurovision win, Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary MP Emily Thornberry, Ephraim Mirvis, Chief R … [Read more...] about With Spotlight on Sephardi and Mizrahi Culture, Limmud Festival 2018 Opens