| By Michele Alperin |
| Friday, 07 December 2012 01:14|
Until recent Oberlin College graduate Aaron Kokotek was in 11th grade at the Solomon Schechter of Essex and Union (now the Golda Och Academy) in West Orange, N.J., he felt accepted by the Jewish community.
| By Uriel Heilman |
| Friday, 23 November 2012 18:41|
BALTIMORE (JTA) – A year since its creation, the grandly named Global Planning Table remains the great white hope of the Jewish Federations of North America, which held its annual General Assembly here in mid-November.
| By Nancy Kirsch
| Friday, 23 November 2012 17:31|
The two youngest volunteers from Sha’arei Tefilla – Gavriel Schwartz, left, and Ezra Minkin – show a picture that depicts, among others, Norman Rosenfield. The photo was in an Oceanside, N.Y. resident’s flood-damaged home. /Sha’arei TefillaPROVIDENCE – Many members of the greater Rhode Island Jewish community continue to participate in Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Since the paper reported on initial efforts in the Nov. 9 issue (“Hurricane Sandy hit other states harder”), we have heard from several other community members.
| By Chavie Lieber |
| Friday, 09 November 2012 02:13|
NEW YORK (JTA) – Just before Shelly Fine went to sleep the night of Tuesday, Oct. 30, he posted his contact information and an appeal, seeking volunteers for the Hurricane Sandy relief effort on a popular Upper West Side blog. When the 63-year-old woke up the next morning, he had 163 responses. With other volunteers, Fine is helping orchestrate a grassroots effort to help at the city’s local shelters.
| By Ron Kampeas |
| Thursday, 08 November 2012 18:43|
WASHINGTON (JTA) – The day after the election looks a lot like the day before for President Obama, particularly in areas that have attracted the attention of Jewish voters: Tussling with Republicans domestically on the economy and health care, and dancing gingerly with Israel around the issue of a nuclear Iran.
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