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Cantor Azi Schwartz - Adon Olam - Hamilton
Cantor Azi Schwartz (Park Avenue Synagogue) sings Adon Olam to the tune of 'You'll Be Back' (Hamilton) by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Zoe Cosgrove's Bat Mitzvah, Oct...
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Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Strong Jewish history analogy made here.
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Your president, in the upper right corner!
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Ozi V'zimrat Yah - CEEBJ Adult Choir - Shefa Gold
CEEBJ Adult Choir members in Milwaukee, WI sing Ozi V'zimrat Yah by Shefa Gold and accompanied by Dan Dance! Directed by Cantor David Barash. Special thanks ...
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Here is the video of the discussion on the Netflix hit series "Unorthodox" that we co-sponsored with the International Institute on Secular Humanistic Judaism. Thanks Adam Chalom for sharing the link.
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Unorthodox: The Inside Story
The hit Netflix series "Unorthodox" presents a moving yet challenging view of an insular Jewish community and one woman’s quest for self-determination. Tradi...
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Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Is There More Antisemitic Activity than Ever?

Time: May 14, 2020 02:30 PM ET/11.30 AM PT

On Tuesday, ADL released the results of its 40th annual Audit of Antisemitic Incidents in America.

Poway, Jersey City and Monsey topped the list of deadly incidents in 2019 and other forms of hate against Jews like harassment, assaults and antisemitic graffiti were reported in nearly every state, and affected people of every age, from K-12 students to older adults.

Join ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt and our Center on Extremism team for this conversation about the results, and ways you can take action to fight antisemitism.

We will also discuss the environment for antisemitism in 2020, a year of heightened uncertainty due to the coronavirus and the economic disruption that has resulted from it.
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
Unitarian Universalists for Jewish Awareness
From our friends at JewBelong:
Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah) and like so many things these days, it’s hard to know what to do. Fortunately, small acts make a difference. Please start by lighting a virtual candle. It’s easy and a lot more meaningful than it might sound. Go to www.illuminatethepast.org and click the yellow button that says “light a memorial candle.” Illuminate the Past will immediately give you the name and any known facts about someone who was murdered in the Holocaust. Most victims have no one left to remember them, so it becomes our honor and responsibility to do it. We just clicked and received the name Miriam Riba. Miriam was born in Warsaw, Poland and killed in the Holocaust. There is no record of how old she was when she died. But Miriam had a life and deserves to be remembered. Thank you to Illuminate the Past for making it easy for all of us to do this mitzvah of remembering. A little light goes a long way. Please stay healthy.

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