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[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…

[Enquirer] Cincinnati Restaurants Offering Hanukkah Feasts To Go

The traditional foods of Hanukkah are probably among my favorite foods on earth. Latkes and matzo ball soup; braised brisket, tzimmes (a blend of sweet potatoes, carrots, shallots, orange juice and prunes) and babka. 

This year, we’ll be missing them, and those amazing foods they once s…

[WLWT] Community donates items to fill Jewish Family Service food pantry

Members of the Jewish Family Service held a food drive Sunday, hoping to help those in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read More>

[Enquirer] Opinion: Young People Think Holocaust Education is Important

A survey released earlier this month found that 80% of millennial respondents believe it is important to continue teaching about the Holocaust.

While this aspect of the survey reflects a willingness and commitment to learn from the past on the part of millennials, the general public and m…

[WVXU] From Shofar In Car To Outdoor Services, High Holidays Look Different

People of faith continue to find new ways to worship during the COVID-19 pandemic, from outdoor, socially distant gatherings to online services and sermons on CD. Many in Cincinnati's Jewish community will mark the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur differently this year.

"We kn…