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Op-Ed: How the GOP Meets A Jewish Millennial Woman’s Standard

I’m Jewish. I’m a woman. I’m a millennial. And I’m incredibly proud to be a Republican supporting conservative candidates in November. For many of us...

Opinion: Why Vote For A Regional Transit Authority?

Everyone knows Detroit is the “Motor City” that made automotive transportation a staple method of getting around town. Unfortunately, not everyone in the Metro...

Op-Ed: The Choice On Immigration

I am not sure the legal status or process that my grandparents Morris and Anna Tobocman went through when emigrating from Poland to Detroit...

Op-Ed: Federation Is Transparent

The Jewish News’ Sept. 1, 2016, editorial titled Federation: Choose Transparency rightly points out that transparency and trust are critically important if the Jewish...

Editorial: Federation: Choose Transparency

The special relationship between the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit and the community it serves is built upon shared responsibilities, expectations and trust. For generations,...

Diane Orley: Witnessing History At The DNC

I’m not sure what first propelled me to go to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Aside from knowing my daughter, Amanda, was volunteering...

Jeff Sakwa: What Makes America Great At The RNC

I have enjoyed so many opportunities and experiences in my life. Nothing quite hit me like this past month at the Republican National Convention....

Whose Rights Are Bill Schuette Protecting? Certainly Not My Son’s.

I have a 17-year-old son. He’s about to be a senior in high school. He’s learning to drive. He has a part-time job, and...

Blair Nosan Viewpoint: “It’s Time To Care”

This winter, Detroit Jews for Justice (DJJ) asked ourselves, “Why is it time to care?” We wanted to inspire our Jewish community to action...

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Danny Raskin: Detroit Eats

Two former Detroiters have opened a new restaurant in Boynton Beach, Florida. A new restaurant that opened a short while ago in Boynton Beach, Florida,...

Looking Back: Michigan’s Jewish Suffragette

This month marks 100 years since the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Michigan primary elections were held this week....