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Doug Seserman Renews Leadership Role With JEWISHcolorado

Seserman has successfully led the organization through both prosperous and difficult economic times, and will continue to do so for up to five more years.

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Roots & Branches Foundation Awards $75,680 in Grants

Roots & Branches Foundation, a grantmaking initiative of Rose Community Foundation, has awarded $75,680 in grants to three programs that help low-income families with children ages zero to five.

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Help Shape Boulder’s Community Plan

The City of Boulder is looking for input on how to best to engage the community in the next update to the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan. See what it's all about.

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2014 ADL Audit: Anti-Semitic Incidents Up 21% Across US

The total number of anti-Semitic incidents in the United States increased by 21 percent in 2014 in a year marked by a violent anti-Semitic shooting attack targeting Jewish community buildings in Kansas and anti-Jewish expressions linked to the war in Gaza.

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An Introduction to NFTY EIE and Me

Jamie Friedman is a 16-year-old student from Boulder who is spending the semester in Israel studying in NFTY's EIE program. She is posting about her experience for the Boulder Jewish News.

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ADL Opposes Right-to-Discriminate Bills in Colorado Legislature

The Anti-Defamation League testified today in opposition to two right-to-discriminate bills that would have allowed individuals and business owners to claim that their religious beliefs permit them to refuse to follow laws that they do not like, including important non-discrimination laws.

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