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Israel’s Erel Margalit to Global Mayors – “Cyber Attack Could Bring the Next Coronavirus”

Founder & Chairman of Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), entrepreneur Erel Margalit addressed 350 mayors and city leaders from across the world at the Local Government Innovation Conference at Muni Expo 2020.

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Emily and Jonathan Cooper Honorees at Boulder JCC’s 13th Annual Reflections

Each year, the Boulder JCC selects honorees to be recognized for their commitment to the values of the JCC and dedication to creating positive change throughout Boulder County. At our 13th Annual Reflections on Saturday, February 22, Emily & Jonathan Cooper and Barbara Steinmetz will be honored. 

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Israeli President Reuven Rivlin Marks Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance, and Inclusion Month; Meets Soldiers with Disabilities

Kick-starting the month of February and the recognition of Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance, and Inclusion Month (JDAAIM), President Reuven “Ruvi” Rivlin of Israel met with a group of young men and women from the Israel Defense Forces’ (IDF) volunteer corps.

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Barbara Steinmetz To Be Honored at Boulder JCC’s 13th Annual Reflections

Each year, the Boulder JCC selects honorees to be recognized for their commitment to the values of the JCC and dedication to creating positive change throughout Boulder County. At our 13th Annual Reflections at the Boulder JCC on Saturday, February 22, Barbara Steinmetz and Emily & Jonathan Cooper will be honored. 

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Warren Volunteer from Longmont Alleges Beating, Mistreatment in Polk County, Iowa Jail

For the past six days I have been in Des Moines, Iowa because I volunteered to help the Sen. Warren Campaign here. On my second day here, January 28, I was arrested by the Des Moines police for misdemeanor trespassing at a local office of the Campaign. Its a complicated story.

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Help Us Help Australia

In light of the unprecedented and devastating Australian wildfires, we are putting together a fundraiser on Australia Day (Sunday, January 26th).

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HIAS Recruiting Legal Delegations to the Border

The Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS) is actively recruiting pro bono attorneys to join on volunteer delegations to the U.S.-Mexico border, where HIAS serves asylum seekers. 

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To Beat An Unbeatable Foe

Chanukah may be over but its message is not. Especially with recent challenges to Jewish lives, we need to find experiences that bolster our determination to thrive, and our confidence in humanity.

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Gelt Rains on Pearl St. for Menorah Lighting

Thanks to the Boulder Fire Department, Chanukah gelt rained down on the large crowd in front of the Boulder County Courthouse Monday night as the Jewish community celebrated the second night of Chanukah by lighting a giant menorah.

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Ignite Chanukah 10 Is a 10

The tenth edition of Ignite Chanukah was hosted by Flatirons Tribe on Thursday, December 19th at Rembrandt Yard, and it was a great one.

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day Lecture at CU Boulder

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Program in Jewish Studies and cosponsors will honor International Holocaust Remembrance Day (January 27) with a public lecture by visiting scholar Edward B. Westermann, Professor of History at Texas A&M University-San Antonio.

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Katie Glassman and Snapshot Fiddle with Chanukah at Boulder JCC

Colorado fiddling sensation Katie Glassman and her band Snapshot welcomed in Chanukah at the Boulder JCC Sunday night with a swinging concert.

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Shmaltz Brewing Releases Official Chanukah Beer for 5780/2019

For the second year in a row, the Upstate New York brewery releases for the holiday season a brand new recipe for their official Chanukah beer that's nationally available now in 12 oz. can 4-packs. Chanukah, Hanukkah: Pass The Beer® is a Dark Ale brewed with Chocolate (8% ABV, 8 Malts, 8 Hops) that celebrates the eight nights of Hanukkah (December 22 - 30, 2019). Available now at Hazel's!

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Donate Now To Ensure Free, Fair Elections In 2020

The right to vote is one of the most precious rights in our democracy – and it is under attack. In the last decade, many U.S. states have made it harder for people to vote, adopting tactics such as stricter identification requirements, polling place closures, limits on voter registration and early voting, and purges of voter lists.

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JEWISHcolorado Creates Mitzvah Opportunities This Christmas

Each Christmas for the past 24 years, JEWISHcolorado and hundreds of volunteers relieve employees and regular volunteers at local charitable organizations, healthcare facilities, and senior living facilities on Christmas Eve, December 24, and Christmas Day, December 25, so they can spend time with their loved ones.

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