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Rabbi Joe Murray has only been in Rhode Island since November 2017. He agreed to answer a few questions as part of Jewish Rhode Island’s ongoing effort to introduce community leaders. What … more
(JTA) — The British branch of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel possesses a weapon matched by few other affiliates: star power. More than any of its … more
MEXICO CITY (JTA) — Alfonso Cuaron’s film “Roma” has already won two Golden Globes, and many think it will be the first Netflix film to win the Oscar for best picture. The film is set in the … more
(JTA) — Five American Jewish citizens filed a lawsuit against Airbnb alleging the company’s policy to ban listings from Jewish West Bank settlements discriminates against Jews. Two of … more
JTA – The end of every year brings the grim task of remembering the prominent Jews who passed away over the previous 12 months. But in doing so, we are able to pay tribute to their … more
As 2018 came to an end, the Jewish Federation Foundation of Greater Rhode Island saw an upswing in the number of donors interested in creating Donor Advised Funds. The use of DAFs remains a … more
Beginning in February, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island will partner with Ripples Swim School to provide children and youth swimming lessons at the Dwares Jewish Community Center in … more
The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island recently received a four-star rating by Charity Navigator, an assessment organization that evaluates charitable organizations in the United States. Four … more
“Pulling Back the Curtain: The Good, The Ugly, The Real of a Journey with Disabilities” is the title of a provocative presentation by Whitney Ellenby, who will speak on Feb. … more
On the 55th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s “War on Poverty” speech, leaders from around Rhode Island gathered Jan. 8 at the State House in Providence to call on … more
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