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Charlotte Observer

Charlotte students take a stance against intolerance

Judith Cohen has a bracelet that sparks conversation. It’s a one-inch black bracelet that has "I Don’t Say That" in white writing.

Teen Voice

The Last Word with Michaela Brown

The Last Word with Michaela Brown- newly elected international mazkirah for B'nai B'rith Youth Organization Michaela Brown, 16, from Sterling, fell in love with B'nai B'rith Youth Organization almost instantly after attending her first event in the eighth grade....

Jewish Community Voice

Cherry Hill’s Sarah Minion to Lead International BBG

Sarah Minion has a big year ahead of her. The 18-year-old Cherry Hill East senior was just elected International N’siah for B’nai B’rith Girls (BBG). Chosen by her peers at the recent BBYO International Convention in Atlanta, Minion will take over the worldwide leadership of the girls’ portion of BBYO in August.

Jewish teens take on bullying as part of a groundbreaking BBYO program

Jewish teens take on bullying as part of a groundbreaking BBYO program

They were nearly 80 strong. They came from all across the region. They brought sleeping bags and stayed the night to speak out in solidarity and gain more awareness about an issue that all Americans should be concerned about. No, it wasn’t Occupy Wall Street, or even Occupy Cincinnati… it was Occupy the JCC, a program that was conceived of and led by members of the Jewish youth group, BBYO, ...

Teen Voice

What makes Judaism unique and why is it important?

As part of DC Council B'nai B'rith Girls (BBG) annual spirit day on Jan. 22, girls were asked to write and present speeches on the topic "What makes Judaism unique and why is it important to me?"

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