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PROVIDENCE – About 80 people from diverse communities across Rhode Island attended a statewide summit on May 16 that focused on hate: what it looks like in our state, what’s contributing … more
Dr. Mel B. Yoken has been a letter writer for much of his life. If he reads a book he enjoys, he writes a note to the author to say thank you. “It’s not a big deal for me. Get a piece of paper, write it down, put a stamp on it.” He has collected the replies to those letters in his newest book “A History of Letters: Memorable Quotes from a Moribund Art” (Atmosphere Press 2022). more
Author Mark Oppenheimer will lecture in person and on Zoom at Temple Emanu-El on Sunday, June 11, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., about the 2018 antisemitic mass shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue, in the … more
The Joseph Teverow and Jacqueline Teverow Memorial Fund, an endowment fund established 40 years ago with the then Bureau of Jewish Education, continues to sponsor lectures and … more
PROVIDENCE —House Deputy Majority Whip Mia Ackerman hosted Jewish leaders from across Rhode Island at the State House on April 27 for Israeli Independence Day. She also sponsored a resolution … more
The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island is chartering a bus on June 4 so Rhode islanders can join over 40,000 (yes, you read that right!) children, teens and adults in marching down New York … more
Hadassah Rhode Island invites its members and friends to celebrate Hadassah’s decades of volunteer work at the Warwick Mall during the holiday … more
“This is amazing!” Those words were heard over and over at a gathering to celebrate Congregation Agudas Achim and its community. Dubbed the Incorporation Gala, the March 11 party at … more
School’s almost out, and your kids will probably want to spend lots of time on phones, tablets and computers this summer. While these devices can be a great way to stay connected, it’s … more
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