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 On May 16, the Moses Brown School and Temple Torat Yisrael will host a free screening of the 2016 documentary “The Last Laugh,” directed by Ferne Pearlstein. The film, which premiered nationally on PBS’s “Independent Lens” in April 2017, poses a provocative question: “Are we allowed to joke about the Holocaust?” I recently spoke with Pearlstein about the film and what it contributes to Holocaust education. more
Rabbi Rosenberg states, “To set the record straight, J Street – the pro-Israel, pro-peace national Jewish organization to which I have belonged since its inception in November 2007 … more
Robert Gold and Linda Brown honeymooned in Saigon, Vietnam, in the fall. Brown was born there and was visiting for the first time since she and her family left for the United States about 42 years … more
The TAMID Group, a unique organization that offers experiential learning through businesses in Israel, officially arrived at Brown University at the start of this academic … more
Brown University dedicated its new stadium, then known as Brown University Field, in 1925. The football team now had a permanent home on a large parcel of what had been undeveloped land bounded by … more
The Weaver Library in East Providence showed an anti-settler, anti-Israel movie on April 17. The movie called “The Settlers” demonizes the settlers and settlements as the main cause of … more
Like much of the American Jewish community, the students of J Street U Brown are concerned that the incoming administration threatens the religious freedom and cultural tolerance that have long made the United States a place where Jews can thrive like nowhere else in the history of the diaspora. more
I am a high school senior at Moses Brown School. This school is the embodiment of what I call the “Rhode Island Effect”: Every day I am welcomed by the same people and I feel comfortable … more