Registration Is Open for Tuv Ha’Aretz, Boulder’s Jewish CSA

The 12th season of Tuv Ha’Aretz (“good for the earth” and “good from the earth” in Hebrew) will begin May 18th. Our local partner Red Wagon Farm will provide 23 weeks of delicious, wholesome veggies through October 21st.

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Is Suicide a Jewish Problem?

Ten years ago, I lost my 16-year-old son Jesse, to suicide and I wrote an article for the Boulder Jewish News, about the loss, the community response, and some things people could do to support suicide prevention efforts. At the time, I didn’t really care whether suicide was a “Jewish …

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Haver Calls For Action In Support Of Uyghurs In China

Once again, we find ourselves called to action to speak out against genocide, religious persecution, and human rights offenses. The plight of the Uyghur Muslims in China is one of the most abominable crises affecting our world today.

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“It Started With Words” – Holocaust Survivors Give Stunning Testimonies To Mark Holocaust Remembrance Day

Before local anti-Jewish laws were enacted, before neighborhood shops and synagogues were destroyed, and before Jews were forced into ghettos, cattle cars, and camps, words were used to stoke the fires of hate. #ItStartedWithWords is a digital, Holocaust education campaign posting weekly videos of survivors from around the world reflecting on those moments that led up to the Holocaust – a period of time when they could not have predicted the ease with which their long-time neighbors, teachers, classmates, and colleagues would turn on them, transitioning from words of hate to acts of violence.

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Pandemic Puts Nonprofits in Peril: What Donors Can Do

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a crushing impact on the nonprofit sector that employs about 14% of the U.S. workforce, nearly half of which works for nonprofit hospitals and universities. The remaining half, working mostly for smaller and under- or un-endowed entities, has been severely impacted.

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Column: Mississippi Senator Is False Witness To Sabbath Sojourn For Voters

Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, a Mississippi Republican, scores zero for two so far on the facts. She falsely claims that Sunday is the Sabbath besides Saturday and, far more importantly, that our civil rights revolve around religious beliefs.

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Live Tonight: Cook Along with Chef Einat Admony

The JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center is hosting its last featured event through it’s Neustadt JAAMM Festival for the season with Israeli chef, cookbook author, and restaurateur of NYC’s Balaboosta and NYC/Washington D.C.’s Taim, Chef Einat Admony, who will be joining the community virtually for a cook-along.

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Holocaust Remembrance Day – Dr. Fauci Being Honored, Miri Ben Ari Performs – Watch Live April 7

On April 7th, the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day in the Jewish calendar, International March of the Living, along with special partners, will hold a special symposium on “Medicine and Morality: Lessons from the Holocaust and COVID-19”.

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Pesach and Yom HaShoah Call Us To Take Action on Behalf of the Uyghur People

Nissan is a month of remembrance and observance. On this Wednesday evening, we sit together in sadness and grief as we collectively observe Yom HaZikaron laShoah, Holocaust Memorial Day, to recall the genocide of our six million brethren.

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JFS and Community Foundation Boulder County Partner to Offer Counseling Sessions

In response to multiple tragic events over the last year, Jewish Family Service of Colorado (JFS) and Community Foundation Boulder County have partnered to offer counseling services to Boulder County residents.

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Surviving the Holocaust: One Boulder Woman’s Struggle for Life and Her Journey to Freedom

Maria Krenz will recount her story of survival this Wednesday, April 7th at 7:00 pm during Boulder’s Yom HaShoah program, presented by Haver, the Rabbinic Council of Boulder, and the Boulder JCC.

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The Boulder JCC Presents “The Tattooed Torah” – Film and Panel Discussion

The program will begin with a 22-minute viewing of the film followed by a moderated panel discussion and Q&A.

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9 Reasons to Watch JFNA’s 2021 Israel Independence Day Virtual Event – April 15

On Thursday, April 15 at 7:00 pm ET The Jewish Federations of North America and additional partners will host a one-hour virtual event to mark Israel’s 73rd Independence Day.

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