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In the wake of our country’s concern about the “Me Too Movement,” Camp JORI recognizes the need to be a safe place and have safe spaces. We have to strive to ensure that harassment, … more
JTA – The #MeToo movement has empowered women to speak up against harassment and abuse. It is heartening to see many men standing as allies and organizations beginning to hold themselves … more
To build a strong future, you have to have a connection to the past. And Rabbi Raphie Schochet is hoping to inspire Rhode Islanders in the Jewish community to learn more about the history of the … more
We’ve all seen pictures of the Nazis marching down the Champs-Elysées after the fall of Paris, but Edmond Goldberg, of Cranston, was there when it happened in June 1940. Born in … more
Arms around each other, swaying in unison, the award-winning performers from Shir Ba’Emek and students from the Jewish Community Day School of Rhode Island in Providence joyfully sang … more
A special program to commemorate legislation requiring that Holocaust and genocide education be studied in Rhode Island’s public middle and high schools took place in the State Room at the … more
The Interfaith Poverty Conference attracted its largest crowd ever at its 10th annual gathering, held on May 9 at Rhode Island College, to hear the Rev. Traci Blackmon speak and to attend … more
EDOX is a frequent visitor to the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center. And that’s a good thing. You may not have noticed him or know who he is, but he’s an important … more
PROVIDENCE – More than 300 people listened to a conversation between renowned chef and restaurateur Michael Solomonov and Rabbi Sarah Mack on May 2 in the Victor and Gussie Baxt Social Hall … more
In 1996, the famed Broadway trio of Terrence McNally, Stephen Flaherty and Lynn Ahrens joined forces to create the book, music and lyrics (respectively) for the musical “Ragtime.” Based … more
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