Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Kislev 4, 5775

The arts broke new ground as the 21st century began.
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Educational possibilties have changed with the times and entered the 21st century with renewed purpose and obvious zeal.
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W ho needs help? It’s a question asked and answered by Jews across the Delaware Valley. It’s become a l’dor v’dor question, with one generation of Jews helping the next. That’s exactly what happened 125 years ago, as Eastern European Jews fled oppression in their homelands and poured into Philadelphia. Jews already established in America did what they could to...
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Fredda Sacharow
Rabbi Philip Warmflash In nearly 20 years in Philadelphia, Rabbi Philip Warmflash has seen Jewish organizations spring up and flourish, only to fade away. Or merge. Or be reborn with a new name, and a new purpose. The longtime communal worker doesn’t lament the changes. He welcomes them. “I’m starting to hear more people say we have great things here,...
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Joe and Connie Smukler If you’ve been to a major Jewish communal event in Philadelphia over the past 40 years, chances are you’ve spotted Connie and Joe Smukler. Among the deans of the local Jewish establishment, they represent that rare combination of activism and philanthropy that keeps on giving. From Israel to Jewish identity-building to Holocaust educati on, the most...
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Arts and Culture Events

Sat. Nov 29
11:00 AM-5:00 PM
Mon. Dec 1
Gershman Y
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Mon. Dec 1
Ibrahim Miari
Jewish Studies Program at University of Pennsylvania
6:00 PM-8:00 PM

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