[This essay is from The Peoplehood Papers, volume 27 - “Philanthropy and Jewish Peoplehood” - published by the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education.] From the Editor: In 2012 the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education published Peoplehood Papers 7 on& … [Read more...] about Peoplehood Papers 27: Philanthropy and Jewish Peoplehood
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Season 2, Episode 2 of of What Gives? The Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network.
Guest: Rokhl Kafrissen, a New York-based cultural critic, playwright and Tablet Magazine columnist. Follow her on Twitter at … [Read more...] about Rokhl Kafrissen:
Hungry for Jewish Education
In 2012 the Center for Jewish Peoplehood Education published Peoplehood Papers 7 (and here, individually), Reinvigorating Jewish Peoplehood - the Philanthropic Perspective. The Center has decided, together with Taube Philanthropies and the Jewish Funders Network, that in 2020 it m … [Read more...] about Call for Papers: Peoplehood Papers 27: Reinvigorating Jewish Philanthropy – the Peoplehood Perspective
Season 2, Episode 1 of of What Gives? The Jewish philanthropy podcast from Jewish Funders Network.
Guest: Barry Finestone, president and CEO of the Jim Joseph Foundation … [Read more...] about Barry Finestone:
Shifting Strategic Approaches
By Andres Spokoiny American Jews are anxious. Antisemitism and Judeophobia, which didn’t used to be overriding concerns in the daily lives of Jewish Americans - and of Jewish leadership and organizations - now dominate the public communal discourse. This piece doesn’t see … [Read more...] about Want to Fund a Response to Antisemitism? Here’s What To Do – and What Not to Do