by Esther D. Kustanowitz Where are the opinionated Jewish women? This cry of yearning comes (certainly) not from the profiles of men on JDate, or from the comics who pronounce Jewish women as totally, (in some cases) intolerably, overbearing and overopinionated. This question … [Read more...] about Where Are the Opinionated Jewish Women?
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The 7,200 members of the Bnei Menashe community of northeastern India ushered in the first night of Hanukkah with joy and ceremony, as they continue to nourish the hope of making aliyah in the near future. "For most of their sojourn in exile, the Bnei Menashe did not observe … [Read more...] about Bnei Menashe Celebrate Hanukkah in India
In support of the necessary goal of achieving financial stability and sustainability of the Jewish day school movement, the Avi Chai Foundation has made a $1.6 million grant to the Institute for University-School Partnership at Yeshiva University (YU) to support YU’s comparative … [Read more...] about Avi Chai Awards $1.6m Grant to Yeshiva U. to Help Improve Day School Finances
by Florence Broder I am an avid traveler but Germany was never on my top ten list of places to visit. It wasn’t even on the top 20 list. However, I was sent by the Jewish Agency to promote a conference via social media for 350 Russian-speakers from Germany, Austria and … [Read more...] about Reflections: An American in Germany
The Westbury Group is delighted to announce a second funding round of the Tachles Fund. Please read these guidelines for applicants carefully in order to decide if your organization is eligible to apply for funding to the Tachles Fund. Please note that the nature of the Tachles … [Read more...] about Tachles Fund Announces 2nd Funding Round