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From Germany to Jewish Detroit

Posted on April 10, 2014, 5:14 PM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged . Be the first to comment!

Visiting Cafe Europa at the Oak Park JCC, Richard Bachmann, center, enjoys conversations with good friends Esther Lupyan, a Holocaust survivor from Minsk, Russia, and Dr. Charles Silow, the director of Program for Holocaust Survivors and Families at Jewish Senior Life.

A young volunteer’s remarkable journey to our Holocaust Memorial Center Against the backdrop of suburban traffic along Orchard Lake Road in Farmington Hills, the building looms: imposing and haunting, if not an intentionally provocative presence. Through its doors, millions of visitors have come to learn, to reflect, to remember, to share stories that forever change…

Ethnic and Minority Newspapers Explore Detroit Bankruptcy, Recovery

Posted on April 4, 2014, 12:43 PM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged . Be the first to comment!

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The rare collaboration among five minority weeklies aims to open dialogue and perspective during the city’s financial crisis and recovery.  By Christy Arboscello, NMM Five ethnic and minority publications that are deeply tied to Detroit are joining forces for the first time to explore the city’s financial crisis in a series that will run over…

BDS Soundly Defeated

Posted on April 3, 2014, 5:46 PM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged . Be the first to comment!

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Passionate U-M Hillel students worked hard to combat on-campus anti-Israel resolution. Turmoil at the University of Michigan over a controversial divestment proposal culminated at an emotionally charged six-hour meeting of the Central Student Government (CSG) assembly, where the resolution was defeated by a 25-9 vote. Endorsed by Students Allied for Freedom and Equality (SAFE) and…

Historic Ruling

Posted on March 26, 2014, 10:29 PM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged . Be the first to comment!

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A happy family: Lisa Bargende Sollish, Remy, Harper and Elizabeth Sollish. It was a weekend mixed with celebration, disappointment and uncertainty for hundreds of couples and supporters of same-sex marriage in Michigan, as Federal Judge Bernard Friedman issued a momentous decision that legalizes marriage between two members of the same sex. Local same-sex marriage decision…

‘Dear Mr. Zuckerberg’

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Anna Berg (shown with Saskia Pantell) organized two pro-Israel rallies in Stockholm where she lives

Online petition Facebook co-founder to remove hateful anti-Semitic pages In many ways, Facebook is a work of fiction- anyone can join the online, global social network, post anything (subject to the website’s rules) and pretend to be someone or something they’re not. Posts can include exaggerations, made-up stories and sometimes even outright lies. Anna Berg…

A New Sisterhood

Posted on March 12, 2014, 4:46 PM . Filed in Uncategorized. Tagged . Comments are closed.

Carolyn Morris, Ronelle Grier and Jodie Jacobs, all of West Bloomfield, Stacey Larson and Hayley Snyder, both of Farmington Hills, and Tali Wendrow of Commerce Township

I came for a massage and a few days away from the daily grind of motherhood and life in general. I left with 20 new sisters and a renewed spirit. The Friendship Circle Moms Spa Retreat, which took place Feb. 28-March 2, was unlike anything I expected or imagined. For 48 hours, we laughed until…

Jews Behind Bars

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Jewish Prisoners Face Unique Challenges, Including Antisemitism And Difficulty Obtaining Kosher Food Evan Sherman’s life story reads like a movie script or true-life crime novel. While not proud of his past behavior, he admits to writing counterfeit checks from made-up bank accounts, accruing more than $700,000 in a span of four years. After being sentenced…

A Mother’s View

Posted on February 27, 2014, 3:35 AM . Filed in Uncategorized. Comments are closed.

Author Judi Markowitz Offers A Peek into Her World of Raising A Child With A Rare Disorder – She is both a miracle and a medical marvel — Lindsay Weiner, 34, of Huntington Woods is also a testament to the strength and healing power of a mother’s love. Lindsay is believed to be the oldest …
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Dreaming Big

Posted on February 23, 2014, 6:50 PM . Filed in Uncategorized. Comments are closed.

Local Philanthropy Will Help Hillel Gain 21st-Century Edge Keri Guten Cohen | Story Development Editor Thanks to generous local philanthropic funding, Hillel Day School of Metropolitan Detroit will be well-positioned with regard to some hot topics in the private school world: affordability and retention, and 21st-century school design. In late January, the Farmington Hills Jewish day school for grades preK-8 received two transformative …
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