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- The Tragic Killing of George Floyd
Thursday, May 28, just before the Jewish holiday of Shavuot—the holiday celebrating the receiving of the Torah—the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven shared an open letter with our friends and leaders o
In that letter, we expressed our outrage of the killing of Mr. George Floyd, a subdued, handcuffed African American man pleading for help, who was suffocated by former Minneapolis police officers. One of the first things that the Torah teaches us is that every person is born in the image of God. Our hearts break for Mr. Floyd’s family and friends. ...



- Orthodox Jews march in Brooklyn to honor George Floyd
Brooklyn’s Orthodox Jewish community registered its outrage over the racially charged police-custody death of George Floyd Sunday, marching in Midwood shouting “no justice, no peace” and holding “Black Lives Matter” signs.
More than 200 demonstrators, nearly all of them Orthodox Jews, marched peacefully down Ocean Parkway, blending calls for justice with the teachings of the Torah. “Being here today is not a choice,” said former state Assemblyman Dov Hikind. “We have an obligation to speak up when there’s injustice, in particular when that injustice results in the l ...



- ‘We have to be there’: US Jews on taking part in the George Floyd protests
As race protests rage, many Jewish Americans are involved both individually and as community representatives, including in New York, Los Angeles, Boston and Washington
JTA — It has been a trying week and a half for Beejhy Barhany. Her Israeli-Ethiopian fusion restaurant in Manhattan’s Harlem neighborhood, Tsion Cafe, had already been struggling to make ends meet after months of closure due to the pandemic. Then the protests over the death of George Floyd swept through New York City, bringing up difficult emotions ...



- Messianic Jewish Leaders Speak Out on the Tragic Death of George Floyd
Official Statement of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America and the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues
PHILADELPHIA, June 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The leadership of the Messianic Jewish Alliance of America (MJAA) and the International Alliance of Messianic Congregations and Synagogues (IAMCS), on behalf of its respective constituencies, would like to express our deep sadness as we stand together in one accord with the national heartache over the trag ...



- Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey booed from rally after refusing to commit to defunding police
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey is shouted out of a protest in front of his home on June 6, 2020, after he said he did not support defunding the city's police.
(JTA) — Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey was booed out of a protest rally after he said he would not defund the city’s police force. In videos widely shared on social media over the weekend, the Jewish mayor was asked directly at a protest in the city on Saturday whether he would commit to defunding the department. After Frey replied that he did not su ...


 


- The Bridge of Beyond
de Bridget Jones (Adapté par), Simone Schwarz-Bart (Auteur), Barbara Bray (Traduction) publisher : Heinemann (15 février 1982)
This aptly titled novel takes the reader to many "beyonds." Through the life of Telumee Lougandor we ...
- Broken Alliance: The Turbulent Times Between Blacks and Jews in America
by Jonathan Kaufman. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1988. 311 pages, $19.95, Hb., ISBN 0-684-18699-3. Reviewed by Paul Grubach
Broken Alliance is an account of how the twentieth-century alliance between Jews and blacks in the U ...
- France's Illan Halimi and the Arabic Muslim Mind: When Telling the Truth is Racist
by Laurence Thomas on Mon 27 Feb 2006
If racism is the unwarranted belief in the inferiority of another, whether the inferiority be moral ...
- Israelis Save Eight Lives; Deliver New Baby at Israeli Field Hospital in Haiti
The Black and Jewish Alliance of Friendship offers its condolences to the victims of the earthquake in Haiti.
Israeli and Jewish groups continue their efforts to provide relief to the people of Haiti.[1] On Jan ...
- John Pantsil biography
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Full name John Pantsil Date of birth 15 January 1981 Place of birth ?, Ghana Height 5 ft 8 in (178 cm)
Club information Current club Hapoel Tel Aviv Number 15 Position Right or Left Defender/Midfielde ...

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