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Jews Increasingly See Discrimination and Danger in U.S. Culture

The American Jewish Committee's recent survey shows that eighty-eight percent of American Jews believe anti-Semitism is a problem today. By Daniel Elbaum There is an old...

Hear, Michael Barg

Photos courtesy of Michael Barg You are Michael Barg. You are knocking on an unmarked door on West Grand Boulevard. It is late and dark,...

Resilience and Strength After Pittsburgh

One year after the shooting in Pittsburgh, the JCRC/AJC asks you to demonstrate the strength of the Jewish community by showing up for Shabbat. By...

Is Regulation of Anti-Semitism on Campus Censorship?

The Department of Education is under fire after it tells universities they will lose federal funding if they continue teaching programs that promote BDS...

Taking Self-Reflection Beyond Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur is an opportune time to think back on our wrongdoings, yet elements of mindfulness and self-reflection can be implemented daily or weekly. As...

Happy Trails!

Al shares his journey on the new Rails-to-Trails path, which includes necessary stops for pancakes and frozen yogurt. While we’re still enduring a season of...

Grodman Brothers Take the Field

Louis and Nathan Grodman are brothers who take the field together for University of Michigan football home games but for different teams. Photography by Samii...

Rwanda’s Yad Vashem

The Kigali Genocide Memorial preserves the horror of the Rwandan genocide in graphic detail, just as Yad Vashem captures the Holocaust. By Mark Jacobs It sits...

With Bolton Gone, Will Trump Make a Deal with Iran?

The resignation of National Security Advisor John Bolton leads to speculation on whether President Donald Trump will try to make a deal with Iran. By...

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A Christmas Tree Says Something

As the holiday season approaches, Finkelman poses the question, "What does a Christmas Tree in a Jewish home say?" Symbolic objects convey meaning without words....

Janice Ungar’s Galaxy Puzzles Bring Families Together Piece by Piece

Galaxy Puzzles owner Janice Ungar creates high quality puzzles that allow families to come together during the holiday season while also reducing stress. Photos courtesy...