Tag Archives: history

Michael Douglas and Museum of the Jewish People Unveil Historic Objects in New Video Series

The Museum of the Jewish People in Tel Aviv has launched a new series of videos giving a sneak peek at a few of the key artifacts that will be featured in its much-anticipated new Core Exhibition slated to open in fall 2020.

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#Jewish Lives Matter

My grandson was born in 2017, during quite extraordinary times --- and 100 years after his late great grandfather, about whom this book was written. The question arises… How can we prepare my grandson’s generation to deal with their century from how Harry Greissman and his “Greatest Generation” lived through their extraordinary century?

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Finding Zabelle

Zabelle Abdalian was an Armenian Genocide survivor who sought shelter and freedom in America. Through her artistry as expressed in her writings, musical accomplishments, and dedicated compassion for others, her extraordinary life presents an inspiring testament of a 19th century woman whose spirit embodies a heroic people. In honor of the centennial anniversary of the Armenian Genocide I offer her story. - Carla Rachel Friedman

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It Was — And Is — All About the Land

Professor Zach Levey presented a talk entitled: "The Rise of the Arab-Jewish Conflict in Palestine: 1921-1939" co-sponsored by the Congregation Bonai Shalom Adult Education and Social Action Committees and the Boulder Chapter of Hadassah. Photos!

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