Wednesday, September 20, 2017
The World Memory Project has over 1.2 million records on victims of the Holocaust from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum archives.
Harvey Milk will grace an upcoming commemorative forever stamp set for release next month.
This week, 73 North American rabbis will be missing something when they go to Shabbat services: their hair.
Dozens of Congress members have signed on to a bipartisan letter calling for the creation of a fund to aid needy Holocaust survivors.
The Atlanta Hawks may be priming for the NBA Finals, but that doesn’t mean the team doesn’t have time for a history break.
The suspension of a Palestinian group has thrust Northeastern University into a debate on what constitutes free speech and what crosses into anti-Semitism.
Anti-Semitism is on the decline in the US, though attacks on Jews have gone up, according to the Anti-Defamation League’s annual study.
Obama nominated for a second term a Florida Jewish educator President Bush named to the board of directors for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
James Schlesinger, Jewish-born US defense secretary who played a role in the emergency shipment of arms to Israel during the 1973 Yom Kippur war, has died.
The US has hit back at Holocaust-denying comments from Iran’s spiritual leader.


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