Actor, producer and Genesis Prize Laureate Michael Douglas and Natan Sharansky will appear on three US university campuses to speak with students about Israel and current-day anti-Semitism. Douglas and Sharansky will visit Brown University on January 28th, Stanford University … [Read more...] about Michael Douglas, Natan Sharansky to Discuss Jewish Inclusion and Anti-Semitism on Three College Campuses
Genesis Prize 2015
By Sana Britavsky A child is born to a Jewish father and non-Jewish mother in the former Soviet Union. He carries a Jewish family name. He considers himself a Jew (more important, those around him consider him a Jew). This child is offered opportunities to embrace his … [Read more...] about The Case for Inclusiveness
By Ed Case The Statement on Jewish Vitality, advocating strategic responses to respond to the challenges of the Jewish future, is extremely disheartening for what it says and what it doesn’t say about interfaith families. Twenty-five years after continuity efforts began, it … [Read more...] about Vitality or Decline?
New York, NY - August 31, 2015 - The Genesis Prize Foundation (GPF) and the Jewish Funders Network (JFN) today launched a new matching grant initiative, Avenues to Jewish Engagement for Intermarried Couples and their Families, in honor of 2015 Genesis Prize Laureate Michael … [Read more...] about Genesis Prize Foundation and Jewish Funders Network Launch Matching Grants Initiative in Honor of Michael Douglas
“As someone who has not always been welcomed in the Jewish community because of my mixed parentage, I am passionate about changing that reality for others who want to connect to their heritage. My children have further shown me how powerful our heritage and history are, and I … [Read more...] about Living as One: The Genesis Prize on Engaging Intermarried Families and their Children