Jewish Team Captains: observant at-bats by Morris Levin The season’s change from summer to fall brings Rosh HaShanah and, with the month of Tishrei, baseball’s postseason and the World Series. The timing is fateful: American sports have long occupied a unique role in Jewish A … [Read more...] about Jewish Team Captains
Jews of Siberia: in the jewish autonomous region by Jason Pressberg The Soviet Union was a terrible place to be a Jew, and Siberia was terrible place to be no matter what your background was. In 1934, Stalin created the “Jewish Autonomous Region” in Siberia. It was his att … [Read more...] about Jews of Siberia
Gender Equality: what you can do for your organization's success by Joanna Samuels It’s not just about the women, it turns out. The biggest and most pleasant surprise of my work at Advancing Women Professionals and the Jewish Community (AWP) is that it affords me a unique w … [Read more...] about Gender Equality
by Nicky Goldman Perceived by some as traditional and risk averse, the mainstream UK Jewish community has nevertheless long devoted much resource to youth leadership development and empowerment. This is illustrated through substantial investment in leadership development for the … [Read more...] about Do Leadership Programs Work?
What Does It Mean to Be Affiliated? bridging the gap between the affiliated and the unaffiliated by Jonathan Dickens The best way to address the gap between a person who is affiliated and a person who is unaffiliated is to define what it means to be affiliated. Jeff … [Read more...] about What Does It Mean to Be Affiliated?