Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Sivan 9, 5775
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Rabbi Lance J. Sussman
The leader of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel examines the history of the Philadelphia Jewish community from the days of William Penn to the present, which he'll discuss at an upcoming free lecture.
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Fredda Sacharow, JE Feature
A collection one historian calls "p erhaps the richest archive of early American Jewish life ever assembled" is on display through a unique partnership between Penn and the National Museum of American Jewish History.
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Improving 3G Reception
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Many so-called 3Gs — the third-generation grandchildren of survivors — are now sharing their families’ histories with technological tools that not only preserve those stories, but also disseminate them around the world.
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The National Museum of American Jewish History showcases collectibles connected to Jewish baseball greats and unknowns alike.
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A renaissance of interest in Jews in baseball inspired a new set of baseball cards featuring facts and figures about the sport’s ever-expanding Stars of David.
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