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Gender Bias in the Workplace is Alive and Well

In 2019, gender bias against women is still occurring in the workplace, including the Detroit Jewish community. Editor’s note: Because of the nature of this...

Reflections on JPRO19: What Connects Us

Robin Axelrod reflects on her experience at the JPRO19 Conference and the opportunities it brings for Jewish professionals. By Robin AxelrodJPRO Network, an organization that...

Lindsay Chirio-Humenay Dances with Deeper Roots

Eisenhower Dance Detroit's Lindsay Chirio-Humenay has deepened her connection with her Jewish roots through dance. By Stephanie Ruopp Featured photo courtesy of Eisenhower Dance Company As Detroit...

Emily Rosberg Finds Doors Not Windows

Wayne State graduate Emily Rosberg earns Driker award for her essay about the journey she endured to find her own Jewish identity. By Emily Rosberg,...

Israel Internship Provides Students with New View

Israel Innovation Fund internship provides a new outlook for students focusing on culture and art instead of political controversy. By Lena Stein, jewish@edu writerThis summer,...

This Week’s Torah Portion: Life’s Challenges

Parshat Ekev: Deuteronomy 7:12-11:25; Isaiah 49:14-51:3. In Parashat Ekev, Moses is in the midst of preparing the Israelites to cross over the Jordan into the...

Jewish Education by the Numbers

JCC COO examines trends, transitions and opportunities when it comes to Jewish education in Metro Detroit. By Jeffrey Lasday Before rushing headlong into the new school...

What Real Incitement to Murder Looks Like

Recent mass shootings have sparked heated debates about who is to blame for this growing hatred. By Jonathan TobinIn the wake of the latest mass...