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On Becoming a US Citizen

On Wednesday December 16th, I was officially sworn in as an citizen of the United States, which was an extraordinary experience that actually gave birth to a surprising range of emotions.

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Boulder Kicks Off Chanukah in Fiery Style

The Boulder Jewish Community kicked off Chanukah 5776 Sunday night with an acrobatic and fire show by talented Acrobatic duo Sven and Brian before Lamplighter Ron Werner of HW Home lit the first candles.

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JNF To Match Gifts on Giving Tuesday

Jewish National Fund (JNF) announced that it will again take part in the universal #GivingTuesday campaign on December 1, and that gifts will be matched dollar for dollar, up to $500,000.

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JEWISHcolorado and JCRC Condemn AAA BDS Resolution

JEWISHcolorado and the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) condemns the American Anthropological Association (AAA)’s endorsement of a resolution to boycott Israeli academic institutions at its annual meeting last week in Denver.

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ADL Youth Leadership Mission Delegates Return to Colorado

A diverse group of students from across the country, including ten competitively selected Gerald M. Quiat Delegates from Colorado, have just returned from a significant experience in applying lessons learned from the Holocaust to their own lives in order to lead the fight against bigotry and hate in their respective communities.

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JEWISHcolorado Denounces Terror Attacks in Paris

The Jewish community of Colorado routinely shows that acts of love and kindness far out number the acts of terrorism in our world. Today we do that again with our Paris Victims of Terror Fund.

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ADL Welcomes Decrease in Hate Crimes in Colorado

ADL welcomed the release of the FBI’s annual Hate Crime Statistics Act (HCSA) report which showed a decline in hate crimes reported nationally, including in Colorado.

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Jay and Rose Phillips Early Childhood Center Created at the Boulder JCC

The Boulder JCC is pleased to announce the creation of the new Jay and Rose Phillips Early Childhood Center at the Boulder JCC.

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JCRC and JEWISHcolorado Denounce UNESCO Anti-Israel Resolution

JCRC and JEWISHcolorado join Jewish organizations and leaders worldwide in condemning a Palestinian-initiated resolution passed by UNESCO last week criticizing Israel for its handling of holy sites.

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Hebrew Charter School Survey

A planning group in Boulder is working on bringing a Hebrew Charter School to Boulder for the fall of 2017 -- take their survey!

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Impact Investing Gets IRS Boost

Impact investing allows philanthropists to make more progress toward their charitable missions by using the engine of their philanthropically committed capital, rather than only the fumes. The IRS has just made that easier.

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Rabbi Greene to Be Installed at Har HaShem Friday

Rabbi Fred Greene, the new senior rabbi at Congregation Har HaShem, sees the congregation’s 50th anniversary this year as an opportunity to deepen the Jewish journeys of congregants.

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