Thursday, March 5, 2015 AdarI 14, 5775
Many members of Philadelphia’s Jewish community hit the city streets Monday to participate in a march for social justice and other activities related to Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
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Lisa Hostein and Amishai Gottlieb
Israel's No. 2 diplomat in Philadelphia weds his partner in a first at City Hall.
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As MLK Day approaches, we caught up with two young adults working on longterm projects aimed at improving literacy and nutrition in low-income African-African communities in West Philly and Camden.
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The recent terrorist attacks in France hit alarmingly close to home for local Jews with ties to the European country.
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Combatting domestic violence, combining texting with acts of kindness and exploring sexuality in Orthodox Judaism are the subject matter of just a few of the projects being tackled by this year's batch of Tribe 12 fellows.
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