In 1977, when a Jewish human rights group was set up in California, it was named in Simon Wiesenthal’s honor.
He’s the oldest head of state in the world, and it seems like he’s been around forever, but there may be some things you’ve yet to learn about Shimon Peres.
Mark Spitz is a legendary swimmer and arguably the greatest Jewish athlete on Earth.
Though often facing anti-Semitism, both institutional and cultural, the Jewish people have historically responded with innovation and adaptability.
Billy Crystal—actor, writer, producer, director--is a beloved American icon.
Steven Spielberg is arguably one of the most prominent Jewish American film directors/screenwriters/producers of all time.
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Everyone who’s ever attended Jewish summer camp shares a special bond, a special connection forged around a smoky campfire or woodsy arts and crafts table.
Neil Diamond is a national Jewish treasure, a Grammy Award winner and an artist who has sold over 125 million records around the world.
Born in Los Angeles, California to Jewish parents, Joseph Gordon-Levitt started out as a child star before making his mark on Hollywood as an adult.