By Zvika Klein More than three million Russian-speaking Jews live in the world today of which only one third live in Israel. A look at former Soviet Jews who chose not to immigrate to Israel, but to move to countries such as Germany and the United States, reveals large … [Read more...] about The Diaspora That is Not Spoken About
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By Maya S. Horowitz Many of us have watched enthusiastically as the Safety Respect Equity (SRE) Coalition has built momentum, with one after another prominent organization adopting the Commitment and implementing the Standards. Each individual victory has felt like a personal … [Read more...] about Tucson Takes SRE Implementation Community-Wide
Applications for the second cohort of InterfaithFamily’s Rukin Rabbinic Fellowship will be closing in less than two weeks. This unique program is seeking rabbis for a two-year Fellowship who already have some experience working with interfaith couples and families, and who want t … [Read more...] about Applications Closing Soon: InterfaithFamily’s Rukin Rabbinic Fellowship
Oranim College of Education invites you to join a unique program, in English, supported by Israel’s Ministries of Education and Diaspora Affairs, designed to enrich Jewish education in Israel and globally. Graduates of the program will receive a teaching certificate from O … [Read more...] about Oranim Academic College of Education to Offer Program for English-speaking Jewish Day School Educators
By Betsy More On a blustery afternoon in late October, I sat down with Dr. Ellen Singer More in her study in Worcester, Massachusetts. Dr. More is a historian of women in medicine, an emeritus professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and my mother. I … [Read more...] about History, Shared