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(JTA) — Across America, people whose lives changed when George Floyd was killed are planning to mark the one-year anniversary of his death thi…
Mona Khoury-Kassabri is the Hebrew University’s new vice president of diversity. It’s a major milestone for the university, and she has a great deal planned.
The post The Israel-Arab woman bringing diversity to Hebrew University appeared first on JNS.org.
It went through with 95 percent voting “yes,” with a representative to be in place by the fall semester.
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Those who voted against the legislation claim that due to the diverse student body, not all marginalized groups can have representation.
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The award-winning photographer hopes his images help others learn about the diversity of Jews and deepen conversations about the Passover story.
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In a unanimous vote on Jan. 19, Solon City Council approved a resolution condemning racism, among other community issues. Solon is at least th…
Sally Gries, founder and non-executive chair of Gries Financial Partners and board chair of the Cleveland Foundation, will be honored as The D…
The career development initiative will provide leadership training to a diverse group of young Jews.
The post New program for Jews of color aims to diversify Jewish organizations appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
The Oct. 6-8 event was titled “Boycott & Safe Protesting 101.”
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(JTA) — A blogger and model newly hired to promote diversity at a large European fashion magazine has apologized for making Holocaust jokes on…