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They call me "NewsHound IV," because I'm a clever Finnegan, sniffing out stories all over the Boulder area. I love Jewish holidays because the food is GREAT, especially the brisket. Well all the food. I was a rescue pup and glad to be on the scent!

Letter: Celebrating Two Shoahs

Since 1993 Palestinian terror attacks  have been responsible for the murder of over 1500 Israelis at Passover Seders, discos, pizza parlors, restaurants, shopping malls, buses, bus stations, synagogues and other civilian locations....including seven worshipers murdered by a Palestinian Arab terrorist at a synagogue in the eastern part of Jerusalem on January 27, 2023. 

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NAACP Boulder County Presents Annual Freedom Fund Event Feb. 19 FREE

NAACP Boulder County is presenting the Nashville African American Wind Symphony (NAAWS) for our annual Freedom Fund event on Sunday February 19th at Macky Auditorium.  We invite the whole community to join us in this premiere event featuring the only all Black symphony in the United States. 

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Neve Yaakov’s American Roots

News reports about the Neve Yaakov synagogue massacre have characterized that Jerusalem neighborhood as an “Israeli settlement” located in “predominantly-Palestinian East Jerusalem.”

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Team CBE Israel Ride 2023 Group Forming Now

Team CBE, the official Israel Ride cycling cohort from Congregation Beth Evergreen (CBE), will host an organizational and information meeting on Thursday evening, February 16.

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International March of Living Calls for Preservation of Children’s Shoes at Auschwitz

Marking the 78th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, and International Holocaust Memorial Day, the International March of the Living has issued an urgent call to secure the funds to preserve some 8,000 shoes belonging to children, most of them Jewish, who were in vast majority murdered in the German Nazi concentration and extermination camp Auschwitz.

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Online Holocaust Denial Suppressed in English, Rife in Arabic

As International Holocaust Remembrance Day forces Jews to ask themselves how safe they feel, new data from CyberWell has revealed social media companies’ underinvestment in monitoring antisemitism in Arabic.

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FFRF Accuses Coach Deion Sanders of Imposing Religion at JSU and Now at CU

Sports legend Deion Sanders is misusing his new position as the University of Colorado football coach to foist Christianity on the program, asserts the Freedom From Religion Foundation.

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“Men of the J” Kick-off Event January 26

The Boulder JCC and the Boulder Jewish Men's Group are thrilled to announce our new group - Men of the J. Please join us for our first event to learn more about this new group on Thursday, January 26.

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Men of the J Start Men’s Issues Discussion Group

We are establishing a men's issues discussion group here as part of the Men of the J program.   This is an opportunity for those men who see this as valuable, to start what we anticipate will be a multi-year journey of reflection, sharing, and gaining insight into ourselves and the other participants. 

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ADL Releases Worrying New Study on Antisemitic Attitudes in US

ADL’s Antisemitic Attitudes in America survey found that 20 percent of Americans believe six or more anti-Jewish tropes, nearly doubling the antisemitic prejudice found in 2019 and the highest level in three decades.

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A Harvard President’s Pogrom Warning

Lowell House, Harvard University

If American Jews “decide to remain apart,” antisemitism will rise to the point that “blood will be spilled,” one of America’s most prominent educators reportedly warned, one hundred years ago.

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