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Celebrate The Jewish State

Annual Walk for Israel slated for May 6. The Metro Detroit community will celebrate the State of Israel on Sunday, May 6, beginning at noon,...

Honoring God’s Image

Israel human rights activist to visit Troy, Ann Arbor and Lansing. Rabbi Arik Ascherman’s spring speaking tour will feature talks in Troy, Ann Arbor and...

Detroit Welcomes OneTable

A new way for millennials to make Shabbat dinner a part of their lives. More than the Jewish people have kept Shabbat, Shabbat has kept...

No More Waste

Hazon Detroit serves up healthy heaps of compost — just in time for Earth Day. By Karen Couf-Cohen In the North End neighborhood of Detroit near...

The Elite Eight – Eight Over Eighty

Eight ‘difference makers’ to be honored by Jewish Senior Life. Eight of our community’s most distinguished older adult “difference makers” will be honored with Jewish...

Detainee Defenders

A diverse team works to defend Iraqi immigrants from deportation. Attorney Nora Youkhana calls it “that day.” It was Sunday, June 11, 2017, the day...

Seeking Justice

Judge Mark Goldsmith brings a lifelong love of the law to his courtroom. The blind draw for the U.S. District Court of Eastern Michigan is...

‘Holy Ground’ – Clover Hill Park Cemetery

Solemn and beautiful, Clover Hill Park Cemetery marks its 100th anniversary. A beautiful quiet fills everything here. Small, soft hills and a nature area where you...

Finding A Political Voice

Temple Beth El teens learn about advocacy on L’Taken trip to Washington, D.C. Ari Richardson, 16, a junior at Farmington High School, grew up as...

Repairing The World

Theme for Emanu-El’s Spring Festival offers diverse takes on Tikkun Olam. "Repairing the World” — from respecting nature to honoring justice and sexual equality to...

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The Holocaust Memorial Center to Reopen

The museum will open first open to members only before expanding it to the general public on Monday, July 27. The Holocaust Memorial Center will...