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One election, then another one, and another one. The first time I was able to vote was on April 9, 2019. I remember how excited I was. I was already a soldier, and I was voting in my uniform, … more
PROVIDENCE – Ruth Oppenheim was only 9 years old when the men in her small town in Germany went on a rampage, dragging her father out of the house and terrifying her mother and siblings. It … more
PROVIDENCE – Journalist Juju Chang brought her insights on antisemitism and Asian hate to the Alliance’s Dwares Jewish Community Center on Nov. 20, when she spoke at the Annual Campaign … more
NEW YORK CITY – Temple Emanu-El was host to a dedication ceremony on Oct. 20 for the U.S. Postal Service’s vibrant new Hanukkah stamp. Lori Dym, U.S. Postal Service managing counsel … more
Copyright 2022, by Mark Binder Rachel Cohen stared at the full box of candles. Since her parents had separated, getting ready for Chanukah wasn’t the same. Four candles were broken. Of … more
The Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode has set up a Hanukkah display at the Rhode Island State House outside of the entrance to the Senate chamber and underneath the rotunda. Eight posters feature art … more
A few weeks ago, my wife, Betsey, and I were fortunate enough to take our first trip abroad since the onslaught of COVID. We returned to Italy, one of our favorite destinations, where we focused on … more
Since childhood, Kate Liberman has lived and breathed theater. She’s devoted nearly all her adult life to the performing arts, in cities across the Northeast and in California. So the staff of … more
WARWICK – Police are investigating after at least 80 plastic bags containing antisemitic messages were dropped in yards in the Oakland Beach neighborhood early Tuesday. more
There is no right way to be a woman online, just like there is no right way to be a woman in the world. No matter your preferences, your skills, your education, your style, your background, someone, … more
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