Drawing Lines of Private Space, Women Explore Jewish Intimacy

Drawing Lines of Private Space, Women Explore Jewish Intimacy

From April 18 to 26, Chabad representatives on Long Island will be celebrating the “Week of the Jewish Woman.” As society grapples with questions of appropriate behavior and gender equality, it may be a good time to return to the Rebbe’s vision, and to ask what it was exactly that he saw.

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Florida Jewish Journal

Stoneman Douglas student leads Yom HaShoah candlelighting ceremony

April 23, 2018

Times of Israel

Changing of the guard in Hackensack

April 19, 2018


Couples invited to learn about Chabad's mikvah

April 19, 2018

Jewish Link of New Jersey

Perseverance Pays Off

April 19, 2018

Jewish Link of New Jersey

Seventh Graders at Tenafly Chabad Academy Study Industrial Revolution

April 19, 2018

TAP into Flemington/Rarington

Chabad to Host The Origins of Jewish Life in Hunterdon

April 18, 2018


How Chabad Was Born in Smolensk

April 18, 2018

Building Blocks of A Community In Gwinnett County, GA

Some years back, Chabad purchased a property in the Peachtree Corners neighborhood with the dream of one day building a full center to serve the local community. Now Rabbi Yossi Lerman, director of Chabad of Gwinnett has launched a novel, pre-building Legacy Bricks campaign.

News | Wednesday, April 18

Food Distribution Helps Families in Need

For a family living on an already tight budget, the added expense of preparing for Passover can seem insurmountable. This struggle is what motivated Rabbi David Okunov of Brooklyn, New York to initiate a free Passover food distibution for the needy.

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, March 29

States Proclaim Education and Sharing Day

Governors in States all across the Union are proclaiming March 27th 2018, Education and Sharing Day “in recognition of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson’s outstanding and lasting contributions toward education, morality and acts of charity throughout the world.”

Ashira Weiss | News | Tuesday, March 27

An Intergenerational Passover Experience

In this age of smart technology, the messaging and information children absorb often leave parents out of the loop. Chabad representatives around the world see the seder as a time to bridge the generational gap.

Ashira Weiss | News | Wednesday, March 21

Shabbat of Meaning for Texas Students

The BDS movement on campuses has intimidated Jewish students who are often afraid to openly identify. Working to combat that, Chabad representatives from across the Lone Star State inspired Jewish Pride last weekend, celebrating a spirited Shabbat with more than 150 students.

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, March 15


Jewish students and professors make up about eight percent of the general population at the University of Kansas. Following the fall college break, they were welcomed back with the opening of its first ever entirely kosher kitchen at Oliver Hall.

Ashira Weiss | News | Wednesday, March 7

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