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Swastikas and burning Pride flags: Hate crimes spike in N.Y.

Anti-Semitic incidents are fueling a rise in hate crimes in New York, according to a new study. Read more.

JFNA applauds Homeland Security appropriations

“We applaud the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Homeland Security for approving $90 million in its draft Department of Homeland Security spending bill for FY 2020, to strengthen security and preparedness at faith-based and other at-risk nonprofit institutions,” said William Daroff o…

Israel mourns as First Lady Nechama Rivlin dies at 73

rst lady Nechama Rivlin, the wife of President Reuven Rivlin, has passed away at 73, the President's Residence reported Tuesday morning. Her funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon at Mt. Herzl. Read more.

50 years after Stonewall US Jewish institutions take pride in LGBTQ support

The Stonewall Inn uprising marks a confrontational pivot point in the gay rights movement which saw police violence, museums and nonprofits join consortium to commemorate the event through art and education. Read more.

Moishe House awarded the Jerusalem Unity Prize

Moishe House receives a prestigious award for its worldwide success in engaging Jewish young adults and empowering them to build their own communities. Read more.

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