Saturday, July 11, 2020
Birthright Israel has contributed more than $825 million to the Israeli economy over its 14-year existence.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is joining forces with the artist who created “Pepe the Frog” in an effort to take back the popular internet meme from racists and use the frog’s likeness as a force for good. Pepe artist Matt...
American Jewish World Service announced a new campaign to help protect women and girls worldwide.
Tel Aviv University is not only a top world ranking university in research studies, but the school is an integral part of the city of Tel Aviv's culture and development.
A panel of disability experts called for the Jewish community to create a more inclusive environment for persons with disabilities.
Anti-Defamation League National Director Abraham Foxman is stepping down from the post, after nearly five decades spent in the Jewish non-profit sector.
Since 2014, the organization Hazon has been the leading voice of environmental sustainability in Judaism.
Originally a biblical way to calculate the start of the agricultural calendar, Tu B'Shvat has grown into an ecological celebration spearheaded by JNF.
Four years after a devastating earthquake rocked Haiti on Jan.12, many in the country have yet to put back together their lives.
At a Lifeline for the Old workshop in Jerusalem, elderly artisans craft handmade items for sale to visitors that come from around the world.
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