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Prayer Vigil for Victims of New Zealand Mosque Attacks This Sunday

To honor the victims of the New Zealand mosque attacks, to pray for them and to call for peace, we will have a multi-faith vigil on Sunday March 17th.

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Survey: Israelis Believe Country ‘Morally Obligated’ to Diaspora Jews

The vast majority of Israelis believe Israel is morally obligated to Diaspora Jews, but disagree about what that means in practice, according to a survey commissioned by the Ruderman Family Foundation ahead of the country's upcoming elections.

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Professor Nan Goodman Receives CU Boulder 2019 Excellence Award

The Program in Jewish Studies is excited to announce that Nan Goodman, Director of the Program in Jewish Studies and Professor of English and Jewish Studies, has been awarded a Boulder Faculty Assembly Excellence Award in Research, Scholarly, and Creative Work.

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Holocaust Education Fund Established at Boulder JCC

The Boulder JCC is honored to announce the establishment of the Ilona Irene Rosenschein Holocaust Education Fund (IIRHEF), an endowed fund housed at Rose Community Foundation on behalf of the Boulder JCC.

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White Supremacist Propaganda and Events Soar In 2018

White supremacists dramatically stepped up their propaganda efforts targeting neighborhoods and campuses in 2018, far exceeding any previous annual distribution count for the United States.

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Boulder Jewish Film Festival Opening “Schwings”

The 2019 Boulder Jewish Film Festival opened Thursday night with a "house jazz party" at the Boulder JCC to celebrate the opening film, "It Must Schwing: The Blue Note Story."

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4 Questions for Morah Yehudis Fishman

The Boulder JCC tribute to Morah Yehudis Fishman will take place Wednesday, March 13 at 6:30 pm on stage at the Dairy Art Center’s Gordon Gamm Theater prior to the Boulder Jewish Film Festival screening of “93Queen.” Here is our 4 Questions Interview.

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Boulder Delegation Celebrates New Sister City Partnership in Ramat HaNegev

In January 2019, a delegation from Boulder, Colorado traveled to Ramat HaNegev, Israel and engaged with community leaders for a week of building people-to-people relationships, learning, exchanging ideas, sharing food and conversation, creating collaborative programs, and enjoying outdoor recreation.

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This Month at the JCRC — February Actions at the Capitol and Beyond

The Jewish Community Relations Council, JCRC, is actively giving a voice to the Jewish community at the Colorado State Capitol on issues of importance to the Jewish community. During the month of February, the JCRC has joined coalitions in support of two state policies currently under consideration.

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Bringing Reflections Home

The 12th Annual Reflections came home for the first time ever and over 430 guests gathered in the community’s living room, the Boulder JCC.

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Boulder JCC Pulls Off Spectacular Reflections Event at Home

The Boulder JCC held their 12th annual Reflections Gala on Saturday night, and for the first time, the event was held in the JCC building, rather than the Omni hotel. The results can only be described as "spectacular".

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Denver’s Jewish Community Helps Drive Israel Bonds’ Success

This week, Israel Maimon, President and CEO of Israel Bonds, is visiting Denver to meet with local Jewish community leaders and explore further ways to expand investment in Israel bonds throughout the region.

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Photography Legacy Project of Survivors Comes to Boulder

John Pregulman

Denver couple John and Amy Israel Pregulman have made it their mission to photograph as many Holocaust survivors as possible, before it’s too late. They will be in Boulder on February 20th.

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