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25 April 2013

From Jerusalem to Boston
From Boston to Jerusalem

Annually, Israelis make the shift between solemnity and joy, shared sacrifice and national liberation. With last Monday’s events still fresh, the shift to Yom Ha’atzmaut was particularly hard this year for Boston Jews. Read More »

Breaking News: Women of the Wall Legal Victory

A Jerusalem District Court today turned down an appeal by police who wanted to justify their detention of Women of the Wall activists. The court ruled that the Orthodox authorities do not have a monopoly on determining how Jews pray at the Kotel. Read more here.

Stand with Women of the Wall. Sign this statement supporting their struggle to ensure that the Kotel is a place where all Jews can pray freely.

And the Winners Are
And the Winners Are...

Read about the incredible work being done by the inspiring women who won this year’s prize for women's social initiatives. Read More »

Power to the Community
Feature: Power to the Community

Power to the Community works to unite African refugees and disadvantaged Israelis living in south Tel Aviv. Read More »

Victim of Racist Assault to Receive Full Salary
Victim of Racist Assault to Receive Full Salary

The city of Tel Aviv has reversed course, announcing that the victim of an apparent racially-motivated assault will continue to receive pay during his recovery. Read More »

Local Elections as Lever for Change
Local Elections as Lever for Change

SHATIL programs are empowering Israelis working to build a more just and equal society. Read More »

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