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The Rhode Island Jewish Historical Association lost one of its eminent historians when Geraldine Foster, 95, passed away recently. The first woman president of the association, Jerry was the daughter … more
“You stepped over bodies. You didn’t pay attention. It didn’t mean anything. I never knew anyone’s name. I didn’t want to know.” more
The Jewish Educators Assembly (JEA), an arm of the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism (USCJ), is excited to announce that Dr. Lawrence Katz will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award … more
“South Providence Girls: A Clique in Time,” by Marian Leah Knapp   and The Junior Debs (Loagy Bay Press, 2023), takes readers back in time to 1938, when a group of Jewish girls were … more
Michael Smith, and his son Adam, and his granddaughter Ariana, have taken to heart the Jewish tradition of charitable giving. Jewish Collaborative Services recently honored the Smith family with … more
Bob Abelman, an award-winning former theater critic for the Austin Chronicle and Cleveland Jewish News, is now writing reviews of the Providence Performing Arts Center’s Broadway and Encore … more
When spring arrives, the urge to get outside and enjoy the warmer temperatures is natural. Maybe it even inspires thoughts of a new project, such as planting tiny seeds in hopes of a bountiful … more
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders might be a left-winger, but often he is right. However, about Gaza he is very wrong – as are most of my liberal friends. They blame Israel for genocide. … more
If you would like to better understand why young Jews are becoming alienated from Israel, and even from the mainstream Jewish community, watch “Israelism,” a documentary released last … more
On our last night in Israel, the participants in the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island’s Israel Solidarity Mission were in Hostages Square, speaking to the friends and family members of … more
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