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On Sunday April 26, a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, leaving enormous human tragedy in its wake. Latest numbers suggest over 4,000 people have been killed and thousands more injured; tens of thousands are homeless. According to the United Nations, the death toll is likely to rise to the tens of thousands in Nepal, India, and China. Approximately 2,000 Israelis were in Nepal when the earthquake happened. As of Sunday, Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that at least 250 Israelis were “out of contact,” their fate still unknown.  Read More >

 

 

 

JEWISH CINCINNATI BLOGS


Shep Englander: Federation Journal

Shep Englander is CEO of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. Since his arrival in Cincinnati in 2004 he has restructured ... Read More >

 

Danielle Minson: Hitting Home

People are what drive Danielle Minson, who has been Chief Development Officer since 2005. A Cincinnati native, she has ... Read More >

 

Sarah Weiss: In Conversation

As the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, Sarah Weiss brings a personal connection to her work advocating for the Jewish ... Read More >

 

Sammy Kanter: Cincy Jew

Sammy Kanter is Esther and Maurice Becker Networking + Mentoring Coordinator. After 3 years in New York, Sammy was looking ... Read More >

 

Maia Morag: Israeli Chronicles

Maia Morag is a Community Emissary (Shlicha) from Israel. In August 2014, Maia and her family arrived in Cincinnati from Israel for ... Read More >

 

 


 

UPCOMING

Jan

29 to 17 MAY

CHHE: Unlocking the Gates of Auschwitz: 70 Years Later

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center 50 E Freedom Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202

May

07

JCC: Lag B'Omer Family Field Fest

Mayerson JCC 8485 Ridge Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45236

May

14

JFS - "Honoring Our Parents As They Get Older"

Cooper Creek Event Center 4040 Cooper Road
Cincinnati, OH 45241

May

19

JVS Career Services Presents: "Get Out and Network"

JVS Career Services 10945 Reed Hartman Highway
Cincinnati, OH 45242

 

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THANK YOU FROM ROSIE

Despite being an award-winning English teacher, Rosie Sansalone found herself struggling when she first encountered Elie Wiesel’s Holocaust memoir...READ MORE >

 

$100 HELPS ROSIE

$100 enables an educator to learn how to teach the Holocaust and its lessons.