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[Enquirer] Cincinnati Holocaust Center Combats Growing Antisemitism

Delaney Green traced colorful wires stretched across a map of the world, marking the journey Jews took away from the the Holocaust to Cincinnati.

She stood in the very same rotunda in Cincinnati's Union Terminal that served as the entry point to a new life for those very same persecuted …

[eJP] HUC's American Jewish Archives to house JFNA's Document Collection

The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives (AJA) at the Cincinnati campus of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR), has announced that the AJA has been awarded a $500,000 matching grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to construct…

[WVXU] Troubling Hate Crime Statistics Released

The city of Cincinnati had a total of 30 reported hate crimes in 2018, according to the latest FBI statistics, which lag by a year. Those numbers fell by 27% from 2017, but are among the highest number of hate crimes per capita among Ohio cities. 

The recently released 2018 federal hate c…

[Catholic Telegraph] Catholic Charities Celebrates Champions of Mercy

Acts of mercy occur every day—and are often overlooked. But when sharing God’s mercy becomes a way of life rather than an occasional occurrence, it’s impossible not to take notice. Two groups in the Greater Cincinnati area also received the Champion of Mercy award: the Jewish Communi…

[Cleveland American] Locally-Created Mensch on a Bench Now Talks!

In just a short 5-year span, The Mensch on a Bench has gone from a "joke" on ABC's Shark Tank to a deal, and then to a lasting household brand known by Jews and non-Jews alike. With his signature smile and black hat, The Mensch on a Bench - with over 4 billion media impressions - is the most…