In the aftermath of its June 24 decision to bar conservative blogger and anti-Islam activist Pamela Geller from delivering a speech at its Wilshire Boulevard headquarters, The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles is crafting a new policy for non-Federation-sponsored events at the building.
Tzivia Schwartz-Getzug has been named executive director of Jewish World Watch (JWW).
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Critics say that starting in the mid-1990s, the JCRC slowly began losing its voice and shirked a core mission: to be as visible and forthrightly active as possible.
I'm fascinated by the firing of Michael Hirschfeld.
Several programs that cater to a largely Jewish clientele have survived California's budget ax -- for now.
During his two years of service, 33-year-old Scott Svonkin brought greater visibility to the Valley JCRC with projects like Mitzvah Day and the Rabbinic Advisory Council, and increased the group's contact with area legislators like Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky and Congressman Brad Sherman.