UC Berkeley Student Senate Passes Bill Condemning Anti-Semitism

UC Berkeley Student Senate Passes Bill Condemning Anti-Semitism

Jewish students at UC Berkeley were in a celebratory mood last night after the unanimous passing (20-0) of a bill by the student government condemning anti-Semitism.

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Munich survivor Alon to speak

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French Jew who spied on Nazis comes to Rocklin

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Chabad Hassidim reach out to the disabled

March 1, 2015

Palm Beach Daily News - FL

Woman inspired by family's Shabbos video to address Chabad

February 27, 2015

Hunterdon County Democrat - NJ

Chabad of Hunterdon CTeen group makes impact in community

February 25, 2015

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Chabad Hebrew School fundraiser brings attention to hunger

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Holocaust survivor Rabbi Mangel speaks at Colorado State University

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Ottawa Government Grant Supports Chabad’s Initiative for Seniors

For its work teaching seniors to navigate the rapidly evolving technological and medical fields, the Jewish Youth...

Staff writer | News | Thursday, January 22

Historic Nevada Cemetery Restored

In 1864, The Eureka Hebrew Society purchased a plot of ground on Cedar Hill, in Virginia City, Nevada, for a cemetery....

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, January 21

Siberian Rabbi Honored on Province’s 80th Anniversary

The Krasnoyarsk Krai province honored eighty people who “have devoted themselves to the benefit of the...

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 24

Florida Stolen Menorah Replaced with Bigger One

When a nine-foot menorah standing outside the Chabad House in Boca Raton, Florida, was stolen last year, the rabbi...

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 24

Baltimore’s City Hall Unveils Large Menorah

When a Chabad rabbi visiting Baltimore’s city hall last year Chanukah was greeted by a small menorah dwarfed by...

Staff Writer | News | Monday, December 22

Menorah at the Kremlin

At the Kremlin, Aleksander Torshin, Acting Chairman of the Russian Parliament, lit the shamash candle, and congratulated...

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 17

Today 9 Adar, Marks 75 years since Rabbi Joseph I. Schneersohn, sixth in the dynasty of Chabad leaders, arrived in New York, following his miraculous rescue from Nazi-occupied Warsaw.

Today 9 Adar, Marks 75 years since Rabbi Joseph I. Schneersohn, sixth in the dynasty of Chabad leaders, arrived in New York, following his miraculous rescue from Nazi-occupied Warsaw. Go to videoGo to video »

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