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ASA Members’ Anti-BDS Suit Goes Forward

The US District Court for the District of Columbia (D.C.) has rejected efforts by the American Studies Association (ASA) to suppress a lawsuit filed against the Association by its own members challenging the ASA’s adoption of a boycott of all Israeli academic institutions.

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New Report: Campus Anti-Semitism Increased 40% in 2016, Genocidal Expression Doubled

Anti-Semitism on campus increased 40% and genocidal expression doubled in 2016, according to AMCHA Initiative’s annual study that examines anti-Semitism at more than 100 public and private colleges and universities with the largest Jewish undergraduate populations.

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Opinion: Is the Jewish Film Festival a Deliberate Response to Hate?

Come together as a community to embrace Jewish values of inclusivity and diversity at the Boulder Jewish Film Festival.

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10th Reflections Gala Raises Over $200,000 for BJCC

Over 400 supporters of the Boulder JCC gathered at the Omni Hotel on Saturday night to honor Dodi and Bob Klutznick, Rachel and Eyal Namordi and Carol Secor, and raise over $215,000 for the organization.

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Seserman Signs On For Final Three Years with JEWISHcolorado

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JEWISHcolorado’s Board of Directors announced that President and CEO Doug Seserman’s contract was unanimously renewed for a final three-year period beginning July 1, 2017 and ending on July 1, 2020.

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Jewish National Fund Leaves No One Behind

Jewish National Fund is once again calling attention to those who are sometimes forgotten during Jewish Disabilities Awareness & Inclusion Month (JDAIM).

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The Israel Ride Comes to Boulder

The Israel Ride, supporting Hazon and the Arava Institute, is hosting two information sessions in February--one in Boulder, and one in Denver.

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