Was Anti-Semitism In New York’s Orange County The Motive For Governor’s Veto?

Eichenstein told The Jewish Press. This was literally designed to keep Orthodox Jews out from the town. We should never bring any legislation to the floor that discriminates against any group of people.

Agudah Meets With New York Lt. Governor

Even though Agudah’s main mission is to influence legislation on a state level, Benjamin talked about Israel to the group.

New Holocaust Memorial To Include History Of Jewish Resistance

The idea that the Jews went like sheep to the slaughter is absolute nonsense. Narishkeit, foolishness. The Jews did fight back.

Summer-Home Residents Help Decide Fallsburg Election

Explaining why many Jewish homeowners in Fallsburg voted against Vegliante, Friedlander said, “Sometimes people are too parochial in the way they look at the issue as it pertains to them and only them. And they don’t understand the more complex picture.”

Agudah’s Yeshiva Summit Sends Message Of Caution, Optimism

Justice Peter Lynch “issued an order that a school district must provide transportation to nonpublic school students on days when [nonpublic] schools are in session.”

A Young Jewish Community Flourishes In Philadelphia

There are so many souls out there screaming for spirituality to fill their void, and they just aren’t sure, physically, how to get it.

COJO Flatbush Joins In Honoring 99-Year-Old WWII Vet

Though Fletcher should have received a Purple Heart – the medal awarded to military personnel wounded or killed in combat – black service members were routinely overlooked for commendation at a time when the military was still segregated.

Eric Adams Joins Met Council & Flatbush Fund Emergency Rosh Hashanah Food Distribution

Eric Adams has long been a champion for the underprivileged. He’s a great friend to Met Council and our mission to serve the neediest and we are thrilled that he could join us to help bring food to those in need.

Jewish Community Donates Over A Million Dollars Worth Of Aid For Haiti

NY’s Jewish Community working together to bring relief to Haiti after the 2021 earthquake.

One Crown Heights To Hold Neighborhood Festival On Sunday

The Black and Jewish communities had a wonderful relationship before 1991, Lipkind observed. Could the community’s wounds heal? Or would it spill over to hate, racism, and anti-Semitism?

COJO Flatbush Holds First Post-Pandemic Seniors Luncheon

“I can’t put into words how much I missed these kinds of events,” said a woman who gave her age as a young 83.

City Council Candidates Introduce Themselves To COJO Flatbush Board Members

There was little disagreement among the candidates, all Democrats, regarding the big issues, and so each stressed his or her personal and professional qualifications.

The Rabbinical Alliance Of America Calls For Calm, Respect, Civility And Peace

America is a country built on laws that are deeply rooted in notions of equal protection and due process, even if too many times in history these rights have been overlooked.

Met Council Celebrates $50 Million Farmers To Food Pantries Program

We at Met Council work tirelessly to provide for the ever-increasing number of New Yorkers living in food insecurity because of Covid, but we cannot do it alone.

With Hope on Horizon, COJO Flatbush Holds Passover Food Distribution

Once again every effort was made to ensure the dignity of recipients, with deliveries made in a discreet manner, no different in appearance from a regular supermarket drop-off.

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