Inclusion and understanding: A life-changing lesson courtesy of some game-changing kids.
Kaela Goldstein, 16, has been making a difference in her community. She recently put together a peace, love and unity assembly for her entire school.
The goal was to offer information, allowing participants to ask questions about the Israeli government and the conflicts inside Israeli society.
Programs included advocacy tips, philanthropic events, first-responder training, charity runs, dance fundraisers and lobbyist workshops.
For many first-timers, this conference was extremely important, one of their first true opportunities to learn about Israel from the experts themselves.
South Jersey Region saw the 58th Regional Board get elected at their Spring Convention last May.
Last week, the findings of GenZ Now, the largest study of Jewish teens of its kind with over 17,500 participants, were released.
Theodore F. Perlman remembers his mother as the first feminist in the Jewish organizational world. She was the national founder in 1944 of B’nai B’rith Girls, a division of BBYO, now called BBG since its split from B’nai B’rith International.
A day of local Muslim and Jewish girls volunteering together became a time of sharing and getting to know one another.