The charity is focusing its inclusion work on Hollywood, the media, and local and national government.
Lawrence Valenstein and Arthur Fatt decided to name their agency Grey Studios, after the color of its office's wallpaper, in order to avoid losing business due to anti-Semitism.
The Trump administration will not allow a repeat of last year’s United Nations Security Council resolution condemning Israel for its settlements
Hillel International's guidelines prohibit partnerships with groups that delegitimize Israel or support the BDS movement.
The United States called on the United Nations to withdraw a report that accused Israel of committing apartheid against the Palestinians.
The Anti-Defamation League will build a Silicon Valley “command center” to combat online hate speech and harassment, the group’s CEO announced.
The group, Pride in Blue and White, last week launched a crowdfunding campaign to support what it said would be the first army preparatory courses and mentoring programs specifically for female and LGBT youth.
Following repeated waves of anti-Semitic attacks, the group tasked with advising Jewish institutions on security has formed a national advisory council composed of former law enforcement officers.
The Knesset will not alter its dress code barring “short skirts and short dresses” but will put a new mode of enforcement into place, which includes issuing warnings before denying a Knesset employee entry to the parliamentary building.
Evangelicals, who have been advocating for Israel for years, have historically let the Jews take the lead. Laurie Cardoza-Moore, for one, is excited that they are poised to take on a prominent role. An evangelical TV host and activist, Cardoza-Moore backs President Donald Trump’s pick for U.S. ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, a supporter of the settlement movement who is deeply skeptical of the two-state solution.