Teens from Israel, South Africa’s Jewish community, and the Soweto township began a five-day bicycle ride from Johannesburg to Durban this week. You might call it a Tour de Humanity. The 700 kilometer inter-cultural cycling tour - dubbed “Cyclalive” - is being run throu … [Read more...] about P2G Tikun Olam and Unbunto on a Tour de Humanity
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The Safety Respect Equity Coalition announced today the release of a first-of-its-kind report on sexual harassment and victimization within the Jewish communal world titled “We Need to Talk: A Review of Public Discourse and Survivor Experiences of Safety, Respect and Equity in J … [Read more...] about Safety Respect Equity Coalition Publishes Seminal Report Documenting Sexual Harassment and Victimization in the Jewish Communal World
The Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies (Brandeis University) has released “Beyond Welcoming,” the first large-scale study of the marriages and committed relationships of Gen X and millennial Jews, and the first to systematically collect data from non-Jewish partners about the … [Read more...] about “Engaging Intermarried Couples in Jewish Life,” A New Research Report
The Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies (Brandeis University) has released findings from a qualitative study conducted for Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston (CJP) that describes some of the experiences and perspectives of the burgeoning population of interfaith … [Read more...] about “We’ll Cross That Bridge When We Get to It”
A Study of Interfaith Couples in Boston
By Mitchell G. Bard, PhD. In his article “Israel Education: Is Your School Ready?” Tal Grinfas-David presents a troubling outline for what schools should be teaching. While much of what he describes is necessary, it is not enough, and the deficiency is so serious it will per … [Read more...] about Who Is Afraid of Israel Advocacy?