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.A Medieval Haggadah’s Long Journey HomeThe Monastery of Poblet, not far from Barcelona, provides refuge, preservation and access to a rare illuminated Haggadah.Guatemala Opens First Holocaust Museum in Central AmericaMuseo del Holocausto opened with the temporary exhibit that explores the mass shootings of Russian Jews and Roma by Nazi Germany from 1942 to 1944.The History and Heartbreak of Paris’s Camondo MuseumA Paris townhouse showcases the wealth and the demise of a Sephardic family.Honoring Alfred Dreyfus in His HometownAn 885-foot-tall granite statue was unveiled in Jardin Steinbach, a public garden near the Dreyfus family's former home in the Alsace region of France.Keeping the Faith in VilniusToday, Lithuania is home to only 4,000 Jews, yet several women in the small Jewish community are working hard not only to preserve their heritage but to shareVilna’s Yiddish Kitchen RebornDuring World War II, Fania Lewando’s restaurant and cooking school in Vilna were destroyed, along with her community’s synagogues, libraries, theaters and schools.The Talmud’s High-Tech Italian TranslationThis marks the first time that Talmud translation was supported by software.Venice, 500 Years of the GhettoEurope's first official imposed ghetto is in the midst of celebrating a remarkable anniversary, but all eyes are looking to its continued survival.