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ADL Releases Worrying New Study on Antisemitic Attitudes in US

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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A Courageous Message from Barbara Gould’s Family

A Courageous Message from Barbara Gould’s Family

Barbara Gould and her family are courageously sharing that Barbara needs a liver transplant. They are seeking out the love of others who would spread the word and consider becoming a living donor.

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Column: If Justice, Justice Is Not Pursued In Israel

Column: If Justice, Justice Is Not Pursued In Israel

Team Bibi’s plans to transform Israel’s legal system boils down to a perversion of our most basic biblical teachings. They will forsake justice to feed their political appetites.

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Staenberg-Loup JCC’s Ranch Camp and Camp Shai Receive Funding to Advance Mental Health

Staenberg-Loup JCC’s Ranch Camp and Camp Shai Receive Funding to Advance Mental Health

The Foundation for Jewish Camp recently selected two camps run by the Staenberg-Loup Jewish Community Center, JCC Ranch Camp and Camp Shai, to participate in a ground-breaking initiative to enhance the mental, emotional, spiritual, and social health of its camp community.

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Column: Palestinians Dread What They Have Wrought

Column: Palestinians Dread What They Have Wrought

Most American Jews and possibly almost half the Israeli electorate would concur with my neighboring diners that Ben-Gvir and Smotrich could be disasters waiting to happen. I do not sympathize with those diners or Palestinians as a society, though I certainly fear for peaceful, rational Arabs caught in the middle.

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Chanukah Skates Into Night 3 in Louisville

Chanukah Skates Into Night 3 in Louisville

Boulder County Jews again showed their flexibility as a good crowd showed up two nights "early" at Winterskate in Louisville for a rescheduled "Chanukah on Ice" Tuesday night.

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Column: Outreach or “Pod Squads”? Breaking Down Bias on The Left and The Right

Donald Sutherland in 1978 version of

Top federal officials and Jewish leaders spoke to each other, and together they spoke to the public at large, the public that reads newspapers, watches television news programs and listens to those who run our government. But they did not speak to the people that count.

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Column: ‘Complicity’ With Antisemites Is Bipartisan

Column: ‘Complicity’ With Antisemites Is Bipartisan

The Three Stooges of Mar-a-Lago launched a hate-fest that is hardly the first that is directed at Jews. Nor are Republicans alone in enabling antisemitism in America. Democrats have been restrained in responding to antisemites in their own ranks and advocacy groups have failed to deter antisemites and other bigots.

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Remembering the 10th Anniversary of Sandy Hook and Too Many Others

Remembering the 10th Anniversary of Sandy Hook and Too Many Others

In the wake of yet another mass murder in Colorado, Club Q in Colorado Springs, as well as other recent mass murders, at the University of Virginia and a Walmart in Virginia, this Dec. 14th marks the 10th anniversary of the Sandy Hook school massacre that galvanized so many of us into action.

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New Chai Life Group for Single Older Adults

New Chai Life Group for Single Older Adults

Boulder's Jewish community has grown in the last bunch of years with lots of programming and opportunities to match, but one segment of our population was being underserved...single older adults.

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L’chaim! A Jewish Anti-Death Penalty Group

L’chaim! A Jewish Anti-Death Penalty Group

The grandson of two Holocaust survivors, Michael Zoosman grew up thinking capital punishment was justified. But thanks to a spiritual evolution that began when he was a student at Brandeis University and accelerated during a stint as a prison chaplain, Zoosman changed his mind.

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Letter: Spinning Off Into Madness…

Letter: Spinning Off Into Madness…

But why, what possible reason could Trump have had for allowing lunatic antisemite Kanye West to visit him after all of West’s frightening hate was made public, despite it intentionally being relegated to Tucker Carlson’s cutting room floor?

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