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This is the fourth article in a series leading up to the 80th anniversary of Kristallnacht.   I had the good fortune to hear Marianne Hirsch speak last year at the Pembroke Center … more
On Oct. 6, while our congregations gathered to read the first portion in the Torah, neo-Nazis and their allies came to downtown Providence for a rally.     Under the guise of … more
When members of the Jewish and Armenian communities gathered on Sept. 23 to view “The Promise,” a movie about the Armenian Genocide, they formed a binding … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – Hadassah is reopening its Washington office nearly a decade after the women’s Zionist group closed its operations there in the wake of its unwitting involvement in … more
Sometime last year, leaders in the Jewish community realized that the state primary election fell on the second day of Rosh Hashanah. When approached with the conflict, Secretary of State Nellie … more
Dr. James V. McDonald, medical director of the Rhode Island Department of Health, delivered an engaging presentation on the latest developments and issues with medical marijuana products to a … more
Jonathan Weisman, an author and the deputy Washington editor of The New York Times, will be among the many speakers at this year’s “Evening of Jewish Renaissance,” which will be … more
Today, the Sandra Bornstein Holocaust Education Center (SBHEC) is a well-established organization known throughout Rhode Island for using the lessons of the Holocaust to educate about the dangers … more
What would the world look like if we could spend a part of our work or school week on a passion project?   Inspired by technology companies such as Google and the Genius Hour education … more
With Rhode Island’s bumper crop of talented artists and craftspeople, it is only fitting that Temple Emanu-El’s Creative Hands Art Sale is held each fall midway between Sukkot and … more
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