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Israel Confirms it is Banning Tlaib and Omar From Entering Country

Representatives Tlaib and Omar, supporters of the BDS movement, have been banned from entering Israel. (JTA) — Israel’s deputy foreign minister confirmed that Reps. Rashida...

JPRO19 Empowers Jewish Professionals

The JPRO19 conference unified Jewish professionals from around the country, helping them strengthen their Jewish connections and communities. Photography by Corrie ColfJPRO19 kicked off its...

Slotkin Provides Democratic Perspective for 2020 Elections

U.S. Representative Elissa Slotkin breaks down what the Democratic presidential candidates need to accomplish and the issues you should know. Featured Photo Courtesy of Hannah...

Soifer’s Top Five Takeaways from Democratic Debate

With the second Democratic Debate coming to end, Halie Soifer provides feedback and shares what is next for the hopeful presidential candidates. Featured photo by...

Soifer Shares Insights on Night One of Debates

From healthcare to the rise of white supremacy, Halie Soifer dissects the first night of the Democratic Debates. Featured photo by Andrea Gusho Michigan native Halie...

New Michigan Media to Aid in 2020 Census Awareness

Michigan could lose another Congressional seat, a reduction in the number of electoral college votes and federal funding if the 2020 census is inaccurate. Michigan...

Neo-Nazi Flyers Displayed in Two Michigan Cities

Birmingham and Royal Oak Police Departments report a total of five neo-Nazi recruitment flyers, including one at Clover Hill Park Cemetery. The morning of July...

Josh Nodler Drafted by Calgary Flames

With the 150th pick in the 2019 National Hockey League Draft, the Calgary Flames selected Oak Park native Josh Nodler. Oak Park native Josh Nodler...

The Palace of Auburn Hills Set for Demolition

While The Palace is set for demolition in the fall, the original development of beloved building is worth remembering. The Palace of Auburn Hills has...

Holocaust Survivor Celebrates 101 Years

Holocaust survivor Zoli Rubin turns 101, celebrating his birthday with friends, family and community members. Photos Courtesy of Jewish Hospice & Chaplaincy NetworkZoli Rubin calls...

LGBTQ Caucus Urges Expansion of Civil Rights Act

Governor Whitmer, Sen. Moss among those urging expansion of Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act to add sexual orientation and gender identity. On June 4, Michigan Gov....

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Sackler Family-Owned Purdue Pharma Files for Bankruptcy

Purdue Pharma files for bankruptcy due to lawsuits accusing the company of profiting from opioid epidemic. (JTA) — The Sackler family-owned Purdue Pharma filed for...

Tamarack Camps Initiates Staff Reduction

Tamarack Camps makes up budget deficit by eliminating nine staff positions. Featured photo via Tamarack Camps Facebook Shortly after Labor Day, Tamarack Camps enacted a workforce...

Pappas to Receive Butzel Award

At Federation's annual meeting this Tuesday, the Butzel Award goes to Norm Pappas for his dedication, vision and leadership. Photography by John Hardwick/Jewish Federation Talk to...

Robin Seymour: A Radio Legend

Radio pioneer Robin Seymour brings his memoir and his memories back to Detroit. Photos courtesy of Robin Seymour If not for conversations between two residents of...

When Do We Partner? When Do We Not?

Rabbi Asher Lopatin reflects on his experience at the Take on Hate rally and how he made the decision to partner with other organizations. By...