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The Jewish War Veterans of the USA, Department of Rhode Island, took part in the 233rd Bristol Fourth of July Parade. It was a hot, humid day for the marchers but the parade went on! more
I read the article by Ira Fleisher regarding the Jewish War Veterans. He mentions Post No. 23 which was started after World War II. There was another Post and Auxillary started then also, … more
The number of veterans who belong to organizations has declined sharply across the nation and Rhode Island, and it’s the same story for Jewish war veteran groups.   While Ira … more
PROVIDENCE – Despite the snowstorm on Jan. 30, 11 enthusiastic Providence College students and their professor, Keith Morton, attended a tour of the “Artifact” at 24 Douglas … more
Jewish overnight summer camp used to mean days spent in the woods, learning about nature, swimming, hiking, and arts and crafts, and sleeping in tents or maybe cabins. The whole experience was … more
Join Alan Rosenberg, executive editor of the Providence Journal, and Elisabeth Harrison, news director of Rhode Island Public Radio, as they talk about racism, terrorism and free speech in the media at the first Tribe Talk, sponsored by The Jewish Voice and the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island. 10:30-noon. more
As summer changes to fall, beach days drift away and students prepare for school, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island is gearing up for its biggest fundraising day of the year, Super … more
Some of you might identify with Adam Greenman’s road to the Alliance. Unaffiliated and living in Pawtucket, he wasn’t particularly connected with the Jewish community in Rhode Island. But … more
As women, we face ever-present challenges, both obvious and hidden. Having a supportive network is a key to survival. A proud mother of three young women, ranging in age from 23 to 33, I position … more
LONDON – Think Jewish, and eat well. That’s my spin on visiting this magnificent city. Of course, embrace the essence of British Parliament. Churchill’s Underground War Rooms. Buckingham Palace. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. Is there anything more British than strawberries and cream at Wimbledon, or tea in fine china at the Fortnum & Mason food emporium? Quaff an ale at a pub. And don’t forget fish and chips. Still, if you’re Jewish, there are additional dimensions: more
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