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[Local12:] Local Holocaust survivor shares with students in Germany

A local man who lived through one of history's darkest periods passed along lessons to youngsters halfway across the world, and technology gave him a helping hand.

Holocaust survivor Hugo Eichelberg used an iPad to Skype with students in Hamburg, Germany, from his home in Amberley Village. …

[The Jerusalem Post:] Pizzaria Faces Lawsuit for Anti-Gay Discrimination

We proudly support the efforts of Sammy Kanter, formerly the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati's Esther and Maurice Becker Networking and Mentoring Coordinator, as he brings awareness to the discrimination faced by people in the LGBTQ community in Israel. 


A Jerusalem pizzeria faces up …

[Rep. Brad Wenstrup:] House Floor Speech on School Safety


For the past two summers, Camp Livingston has been part of an important study on the impact of smartphones and social media on Gen Z. Now the results of these studies have reached the House of Representatives. We are so proud that our community is helping to mitigating the negative con…

[Fox19:] 'I was a violent person': Former neo-Nazi talks about hate crimes

Hate crimes across the country and in Ohio are on the rise. The statistics -- reported by the Federal Bureau of Investigations -- has the Jewish Community Center in Cincinnati proactively reacting.

"Whenever we see an increased number of reports it's something we have to pay attention to a…

[Jewish Journal:] Rabbi Aaron Panken – Loss to movement and Jewish people

This weekend, Rabbi Aaron Panken, President of the Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion, was killed in a plane crash and this tragic death has stunned the Jewish world.

Aaron was a mensch, a scholar, a gentle man, husband, father, son, and brother. At age 53, the words of t…