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NEW YORK (JTA) — The Foundation for Jewish Camp is launching two pilot programs to benefit Jewish day camps, as well as two programs for overnight camps. The programs, funded with grants from various foundations, are demonstration projects … more
Following the recent attacks in Paris, the Jewish Federations of North America condemn the attacks on civic institutions and Jewish targets in the strongest possible terms, mourn the loss of life and pray for the injured, and express our support for … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Before the HarperCollins Middle East Atlas story is deleted from email inboxes, it pays to spend another moment ruminating on the damage caused by companies that ought to know better. On its website, HarperCollins bills … more
JTA — A new United Kingdom government report showed significant progress being made in combating anti-Semitism. The “Government Action on Anti-Semitism” report, published Dec. 29 by the Department for Communities and Local Government, … more
The 75th anniversary of the premiere of “Gone with the Wind,” which was marked Dec. 15, presents an opportunity to examine the Jewish influence on one of the most popular films of all time. That influence starts with the American Civil War … more
JERUSALEM (JTA) – U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham said in Jerusalem that the Senate will vote on an Iran sanctions bill next month. Graham, R-S.C., who is expected to take over as chairman of the Foreign Appropriations Subcommittee when the … more
NEW YORK (JTA) – United Synagogue Youth voted to relax its rules barring its teenage board members from dating non-Jews. The amendment was adopted Dec. 22 in Atlanta at the annual international convention of the Conservative movement’s … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Alan Gross was imprisoned while trying to connect Cuba’s isolated Jewish community to the wider world. The deal that got him released five years later may do just that and much more. Gross’ flight home to suburban … more
LOS ANGELES (JTA) – Kirk Douglas, born Issur Danielovitch, the son of an immigrant Russian Jewish ragman, marked his 98th birthday on Dec. 9 by launching his 11th book. The legendary star of 87 movies (who can forget “Spartacus”?) can look … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – The U.S. Senate confirmed Rabbi David Saperstein, a Reform movement leader, for a State Department post. On Dec. 12, Saperstein, in a 61-35 vote, won confirmation as ambassador at large for international religious freedom. … more
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