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

This article originally appeared in eJewish Philanthropy on March 6, 2019.

By eJP

Whether leading spiritual communities, fighting racial injustice, creating powerful works of art, or even saving the Jewish People millennia ago, Jewish Women of Color, Indigenous, Mizrahi, and Sephardi women have for centuries been leaders, teachers, storytellers, and changemakers in the Jewish community.

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The best charity events in Miami this week

This article originally appeared on Hoodline on February 26, 2019. 

By Hoodline

Looking to make a difference this week? From charitable happy hours to a gala event, there’s plenty to do when it comes to good causes coming up in Miami this week. Read on for a rundown.

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The Jewish Education Project Announces Young Pioneers Award 2019 Recipients

This post originally appeared on eJewish Philanthropy on February 21, 2019.

The Jewish Education Project has announced the next cohort of New York-based educators to be honored with the organization’s Young Pioneers Award. This year’s five award recipients have created innovative Jewish learning experiences in their classrooms and institutions to inspire children, teens and families in creative new ways. Other innovations include creating service learning programs teaching Jewish values and creating inclusive Jewish educational experiences for learners of all abilities.

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Who’s Next: Community Leaders & Activists; Meet 20 people making change in Pittsburgh

This article originally appeared on The Incline on February 14, 2019.

By Colin Deppen

Our 2019 Who’s Next: Community Leaders & Activists class is shaping Pittsburgh neighborhoods and driving the search for social justice here.

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Here are 4 events in Pittsburgh this week — indoors

This article originally appeared on Hoodline on January 29, 2019.

Looking to mix things up this week? From a happy hour to a dance workshop, here are a few top options to help you get off the couch and out into the world.

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MLK Shabbat Suppers Celebrate Diversity & Dialogue

This post originally appeared as part of the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta’s community page on January 29, 2019.

For Jews and their loved ones, Shabbat dinner is far more than a meal. It’s a weekly platform for holiness, hospitality, peace, plenty and conversation. With that in mind, Federation awarded a Bloom Innovation seed grant to several organizations who collaborated on ways to use MLK weekend as a moment to turn Shabbat dinners into opportunities for dialogue and understanding.

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Redefining Jewish Education: Federations’ Goals for a New Century

This piece was originally posted on eJewish Philanthropy on January 29, 2019.

By Ann Pava

In the Old City of Jerusalem a 24 year old wanders the streets without a group for the first time. On MASA, she has an opportunity to build her autonomy, confidence, and competence, all along ancient Jewish streets.

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Tu B’Shevat, MLK Day Has Weekend of Events

This article originally appeared in The Jewish Exponent on January 17, 2019.

By Selah Maya Zighelboim

Tu B’Shevat and Martin Luther King Jr. Day both fall on Jan. 21 this year, resulting in a three-day weekend full of volunteer opportunities.

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Repair the World’s MLK Weekend Volunteer Oportunities

This article originally appeared on NY Blueprint on January 28, 2019.

(Jan. 17-21) — Check out a plethora of events to make the world better, all of them happening right here in NYC. Click on link at right for the list of opportunities.

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7 Things to Do With Your Kids in N.Y.C. This Weekend

This post originally appeared in the NY Times on January 17, 2019.

By Laurel Graeber

I HAVE A DREAM CELEBRATION at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum (Jan. 21, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.). The civil rights movement involved not only adults, but children, too. At this event, museum visitors can honor Martin Luther King’s Birthday by learning about young people’s contributions to the struggle for equality while emulating the movement’s values. They can work with Repair the World to pack bags of warm clothing for the homeless clients of Camba, a Brooklyn nonprofit; examine historical objects from the civil rights era; decorate buttons with quotations from Martin Luther King Jr.; and make drawings and posters about their own dreams for their communities. The day will culminate with a reading of Monica Clark-Robinson’s book “Let the Children March,” about the anti-segregation youth protests in Birmingham, Ala., in 1963. Afterward, attendees will carry their own signs in a museumwide parade for justice and peace. (Details are on the website.)

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