Fran Teller of the National Council of Jewish Women known as "Madame NCJW," is one of the many Jewish women who keep a vigilant watch over reproductive freedoms in the United States. She has been active on the issue even before the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision that...
L.A. community marks 30 days since burial of Gilad Shaar, Eyal Yifra and Naftali Fraenkel
Hamas says will abide by three-day Gaza truce to begin on Friday
Kerry sees ‘opportunity’ in Gaza ceasefire, urges search for common ground
U.S. defends supplying Israel ammunition during Gaza conflict
NYT on why it hasn’t shown photos of Hamas fighters: We don’t have any
Israel and Hamas agree on 72-hour humanitarian Gaza cease-fire
Israeli tourists evacuated from Maldives
Protesters threaten British cosmetics store that sells Israeli products
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After World War II, when Japanese Americans were sent home from internment camps in Wyoming and Arizona, many found their lives had changed in untold ways. For Kenji Tanaguchi, his return to Boyle Heights -- an immigrant community east of the Los Angeles River -- was colored by what...
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One of the country's fastest-growing environmental groups, the interfaith community, has been gearing up to fight President George W. Bush's new energy policies.
Last week the Coalition of the Environment and Jewish Life (COEJL) and the National Religious Partnership for the...
May 3, 2001 | 8:00 pm
"Love and Liberation: When the Jews Tore Down the Ghetto Walls" by Ralph David Fertig (Writers Club Press, $17.95)
On Jan. 9, 1807, Prince Jerome of Prussia decreed that the fortifications of the ancient city of Breslau could be destroyed. After 540 years of isolation, the Jews of...