Saturday, August 29, 2015 Elul 14, 5775

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At least seven local nonprofits offer a growing array of year-round activities for Jewish young adults — but are they reaching their target audience and fully addressing their needs?
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Moishe House, an international network of communal homes that serve as hubs for those in their 20s, has plans to open a house for Russian-speakers in Philadelphia.
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Here’s a snapshot of nonprofit groups catering to young Jewish professionals in the Philadelphia area.
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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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Jane Larkin
For interfaith families who have chosen a Jewish path, participating in Christmas celebrations does not influence their religious identity, the Jewish half of an interfaith couple argues.
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