Wednesday, April 22, 2015 Iyyar 3, 5775
By:
Anthony Weiss, JTA
Founders of the first Jewish school in southeast Portland aim to have children spend virtually the entire day outside, cooking in a wood-burning oven and even relieving themselves in compost toilets.
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Locals with long-standing ties to Cuba's Jewish community express cautious optimism of U.S.-Cuba rapprochement, but say Jews there will still need a lot of support.
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By:
Rafael Medoff | JNS.org
A historian describes how the years have not been kind to once-thriving Cuban Jewry.
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By:
Tom Tugend, JTA
The Conservative rabbi’s influence extended well beyond his Los Angeles-area congregation.
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By:
Uriel Heilman, JTA
For those old enough to remember the most brutal years of the Castro regime, there is deep concern that rapprochement with Washington will extend the life of a dictatorship whose crimes can be neither forgotten nor forgiven.
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