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[WVXU] Passover 2021: This Year In Person (For Some)

With the COVID-19 vaccine reaching many people, some Jewish families are preparing for a return to at least one bit of normalcy in 2021. Tracy Juran and her family marked Passover last year in a now familiar way: video chatting over Zoom. That won't be the case this year, and she's excited. …

[Enquirer] Opinion: Take Small Steps to Liberation this Passover

At Passover, we remember that journey from slavery to freedom – through the parted Red Sea. This year, we can’t help but wish for a miraculous deliverance from a year full of adversity and loss. Read More >

[JTA] As needs of newly poor surge, emergency aid underway for Jewish orgs

With America down more than 10 million jobs from only one year ago, COVID-19 is wreaking havoc not just on physical health but on economic well-being and livelihoods. The pandemic that has laid bare the weaknesses of health care systems also has exposed gaping holes in the social safety net …

[WVXU] Hanukkah Still 'Sheds Light' For One Family, Despite Pandemic

In a refrain everyone is likely tired of hearing, Hanukkah will look different this year thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

But Ari Cohen, a mother of five, says her family is excited about this holiday season.

"We have eight days to look forward to celebrating together and lighting the m…

[Enquirer] Hanukkah a holiday of courage: Art project in a divided America

“The majority of Jews in America are white,” Terlinchamp said. “And though we experience that privilege, we also endure an amazing amount of threats.” 

So while she doesn’t understand what it’s like to be Black, she understands what it’s like to be hated. And after a police…