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These are the Jewish Victims of the Surfside Building Collapse

From a group of young Venezuelan immigrants to New Yorkers looking for a fresh start in a new state, the tragedy struck a diverse nexus of the American Jewish community.

Rabbi Pinson Opens Innovative Charter School So Detroit’s Youth Can ‘Achieve Greatness’

Rabbi Yisrael Pinson, who runs the Chabad House in Detroit’s Midtown, is adding to his resume: opening the Orchard Academy, a tuition-free, nonreligious, public charter school, this fall for Detroit children in grades K-2.

Family Speaks to Danny Fenster

Danny had his second court hearing on July 1 in Yangon and was sent back to prison for another two weeks before his next July 15 hearing.

Fighting Antisemitism at U-M: One-Sided Diatribes Against Israel Cross the Line

Following the May conflict between Hamas and Israel, University of Michigan students, parents and alumni were astonished at an onslaught of one-sided statements condemning Israel from student organizations

Macomb County Teen Dedicates Herself to Stopping Antisemitism

Motivated by what she saw on social media, Samantha Merecki decided there was much work to be done in helping to erase antisemitism and to teach people about Jewish culture and history.

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