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Purim Project Tells Women Of Color’s Stories, In Esther’s Honor Read more: https://forward.com/fast-forward/394344/purim-project-tells-women-of-colors-stories-in-esthers-honor/

This article originally appeared on The Forward on February 13, 2018.

By Haley Cohen

Inspired by the upcoming Jewish holiday of Purim, the new campaign #ShareHerStory shares the stories of modern Jewish women of color who are working to create a more inclusive and thriving Jewish community in various ways.

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Jewish women of color highlighted in new campaign

This article originally appeared in The Times of Israel on February 14, 2018.

By Josefin Dolsten

JTA — A new online campaign highlights the stories of Jewish women who identify as Sephardi, Mizrahi and women of color.

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Campaign highlights Jewish women of colour

This article originally appeared in The Jewish Chronicle on February 15, 2018.

By Rosa Doherty

A new campaign on social media highlights the stories of Jewish women of colour.

The campaign, which is tied to Purim, is encouraging social media users to share stories about women of colour and those who identify as Sephardi and Mizrahi.

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Jewish Women Of Color Highlighted In New Campaign

This article originally appeared in The New York Jewish Week on February 14, 2018.

By Josefin Dolsten

JTA — A new online campaign highlights the stories of Jewish women who identify as Sephardi, Mizrahi and women of color.

The #ShareHerStory campaign, which launched on Tuesday, is tied to Purim — the holiday during which Jews celebrate the story of Esther, the Jewish queen who saved Jews from their deaths at the hands of the Persian King Ahaseurus and his henchman Haman.

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Jewish women of color highlighted in new campaign

This article originally appeared in Cleveland Jewish News on February 13, 2018.

By Josefin Dol

A new online campaign highlights the stories of Jewish women who identify as Sephardi, Mizrahi and women of color. The #ShareHerStory campaign, which launched on Tuesday, is tied to Purim — the holiday during which Jews celebrate the story of Esther, the Jewish queen who saved Jews from their deaths at the hands of the Persian King Ahaseurus and his henchman Haman.

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Jewish women of color highlighted in new campaign

This article originally appeared in the JTA on February 13, 2018.

By Josefin Dolsten

(JTA) — A new online campaign highlights the stories of Jewish women who identify as Sephardi, Mizrahi and women of color. The #ShareHerStory campaign, which launched on Tuesday, is tied to Purim — the holiday during which Jews celebrate the story of Esther, the Jewish queen who saved Jews from their deaths at the hands of the Persian King Ahaseurus and his henchman Haman.

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Who’s Next: Philanthropy; 17 people invested in making Pittsburgh a better place

This article originally appeared in The Incline on February 13, 2018.

By Rossilynne Culgan

For some people, helping others is their life’s mission. Every day, these 17 Pittsburghers work to make Pittsburgh better — both in the office and after work. From grant writers to development officers, volunteers to funders, these young people are molding Pittsburgh today and for the future.

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#ShareHerStory to Spotlight Jewish Women of Color, Mizrahi, and Sephardi Women

This article originally appeared in eJewish Philanthropy on February 13, 2018.

Whether fighting hunger, leading spiritual communities, producing Jewish gospel music, or even saving the Jewish People millennia ago, Jewish women of color, Mizrahi, and Sephardi women have for centuries been leaders, teachers, storytellers, and changemakers in the Jewish community. But all too often, Jewish holidays, narratives, and spaces, fail to celebrate and amplify these critical stories.

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2.12.18 US Nonprofit News

This article originally appeared in Philanthropy Journal News on February 12, 2018.

By D. Muelle.

News about grants, gifts

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CMU to offer scholarships, merit-based aid to Repair the World fellows

This article originally appeared in the Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle on February 8, 2018.

By Toby Tabachnick

A new partnership between Repair the World and Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy has catapulted RTW into the ranks of such acclaimed social service groups as Teach for America and AmeriCorps.

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