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We lament the brutal invasion of Israel and the murder and abduction of so many Israelis and others in Israel on Oct. 7. There is nothing that will ever allow us or the world to excuse or forgive the … more
Former U.S. Ambassador John Loeb recounted his experience at an elite prep school after World War II. When shown images of concentration camps, his fellow students said, “Well, we don’t … more
While growing up in Los Angeles, my twin brother, Theo, and I could play outside every day. Both our maternal grandfather and our mother were baseball fans, so we often played catch with each other. … more
A dozen seniors sit in a semicircle and dance. They raise their arms, tap their toes and swivel in their chairs. They follow the movements of their gregarious instructor, Rachel Balaban, as the … more
PROVIDENCE – “Gitchie, gitchie, ya-ya, da-da (hey, hey, hey)/Gitchie, gitchie, ya-ya, here.” This inane lyric from LaBelle’s 1974 hit song “Lady Marmalade,” which opens John Logan’s Tony Award-winning "Moulin Rouge! The Musical," speaks volumes about everything that comes after. more
On Thursday, Nov. 2, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island and partners hosted a virtual meeting for educators titled “Israel Crisis and Antisemitism in Schools.” Presenters from … more
Now more than ever, it's important to share the many ways we are bringing light into our lives and the lives of our neighbors and friends. In honor of the last night of Hanukkah, we wanted to shine … more
A community solidarity mission to Israel, led by the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island, has been tentatively scheduled for January. According to information supplied by Alliance leadership, the plan would be to leave Boston on the evening of Sunday, Jan. 14, … more
PROVIDENCE – At the Go Global 2023 Awards ceremony Nov. 7, the Rhode Island Israel Collaborative (RIIC) was the recipient of the Bilateral Trade Association of the Year Award. RIIC founder and … more
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