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Soapbox Cincinnati: Cincinnati will always be Queen City of the West

Cincinnati's list of “first (insert just about any accomplishment) west of the Alleghenies” is long and illustrious, including the oldest Jewish cemetery, the oldest Jewish congregation, and the first Jewish-style deli... Read the full story on Soapbox Cincinnati's website

Soapbox Cincinnati: Jewish Federation supports tolerance as global issue

Outside of Israel, France’s Jewish community is the largest in the world after America’s, and according to Shep Englander, CEO of the Jewish Federation, it’s important that we support those in need... Read the full story on Soapbox Cincinnati's website

Columbus Dispatch: Cincinnati exhibit shows hope can thrive amid despair

Visitors can explore the very depths of human cruelty — but also the heights of human hope and perseverance — at a new exhibit on the Holocaust running through May 26... Read the full story on the Columbus Dispatch's website

WVXU: Engaging young people in working for an end to genocide worldwide

United to End Genocide founder Mark Hanis and the Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education's Alexis Storch discussed using social innovation to prevent genocide and empowering young people to be agents of change... Listen to the interview on WVXU's website

American Israelite: JCRC announces award honoring Dick Weiland

The JCRC has announced that they seek to raise $500,000 to endow an award honoring Cincinnati icon Dick Weiland. The inaugural award will be presented by at the JCRC annual meeting on June 8... Read the full story on The American Israelite's website