Could Anne Frank be the key to educating Gen Z Americans about antisemitism—even if they’ve never met a Jew?
- Wider WorldUsing Anne Frank to Discuss Race
Could Anne Frank be the key to educating Gen Z Americans about antisemitism—even if they’ve never met a Jew?Wider WorldBahraini Journalist Leading Advocate of Abraham Accords
The veteran journalist and first woman to head the Bahraini media group plans to lead a group of Bahraini reporters on their first-ever trip to Israel this spring.
The veteran journalist and first woman to head the Bahraini media group plans to lead a group of Bahraini reporters on their first-ever trip to Israel this spring.Cape Town Jews Work With Township YouthUpwards of 35,000 schoolchildren have visited the South African Jewish Museum, located on a campus shared with the country's first synagogue.A Bar Mitzvah Ceremony in UgandaThe Miller and Morrison family of New Jersey celebrated son Logan's milestone in an Abayudaya synagogue in Uganda.Chiune Sugihara: Heroism in the Face of EvilJapanese officials have launched a new campaign to bring attention to Sugihara's courageous actions to save Jews during the Holocaust.Israelis Embrace Their Moroccan Cultural RootsIsraelis of Moroccan descent are traveling to the country their parents left behind, exploring their heritage and helping to sustain the remnants of Morocco's once-thriving Jewish community.Warsaw Teachers Defy New ‘Holocaust’ Law in Open LetterDecrying that "Polish complicity in the Shoah needs to be taught," the educators and Holocaust archivists pledge to challenge the law by speaking out.Text of Letter from Piotr Laskowski and Sebastian MatuszewskiThis letter challenges the new Polish law seeking to criminalize speech linking the Polish nation to Holocaust-era crimes.Encountering Fate at Babi YarOn the 100-year anniversary of the Russian Revolution a writer ponders what would have happened if his mother had not left Kiev in 1914, fleeing the omnipresent anti-Semitism.Tevel b’Tzedek Offers a Helping Hand in NepalVillages in Nepal are remote, but Tevel's volunteers persevere: They hike mountains, share unheated cabins and outdoor squat toilets and use water from village taps.