February 11, 2011 1:38am
In a bid to boost federations’ fundraising, for Israel and other causes, Jewish communities must expend more energy, creativity and resources on providing meaningful Jewish learning for adults, writes the head of the Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies.
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- Otto Warmbier, American student detained in North Korea, dies
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- Immigrant advocate David Lubell awarded $100,000 Charles Bronfman Prize
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- Airline cannot ask women to move seats for haredi Orthodox men, Israeli judge rules