Hadassah Make Your Voice Heard 24 Jul
Hadassah is intensifying its efforts to combat rising antisemitism by collaborating with members of Congress to push for funding civil rights enforcement, de...
24 Jul
Hadassah 7 Interesting Facts About Israel and the Olympic Games 24 Jul
Israel has a notable history at the Olympics, with its National Olympic Committee established in 1933 and its first delegation sent to the games in 1952. The...
24 Jul
Hadassah At the Rady Center, ‘Every Woman’ and ‘Birth Is Different’ 23 Jul
The Rady Mother and Child Center at Hadassah Hospital Mount Scopus provides exceptional care to women during childbirth, focusing on individual needs and pre...
23 Jul
Hadassah Letters to the Editor: Jewish Mom Jokes Aren’t Funny 23 Jul
In the Letters to the Editor section of Hadassah Magazine, readers express mixed feelings about various articles in the publication. One reader praises Noa T...
23 Jul
Hadassah Binding Myself in Prayer 22 Jul
The article discusses the author's personal journey of wrapping tefillin, a traditional Jewish ritual typically observed by men, but in her case, taken on by...
22 Jul
Hadassah An Ancient Day of Mourning 22 Jul
The text does not provide specific information for summarization as it seems to be a placeholder or technical code for displaying a crossword puzzle related ...
22 Jul
Hadassah One Book, One Hadassah: ‘The Boy with the Star Tattoo’ 22 Jul
"The Boy with the Star Tattoo" by Talia Carner is a historical fiction novel that interweaves three stories set in France and Israel, touching upon Holocaust...
22 Jul
Hadassah ‘June Zero’: Three Tales Around Eichmann 12 Jul
"June Zero" is a film by Jake Paltrow that explores three interconnected stories related to the captivity, trial, and death of Nazi war criminal Eichmann. Th...
12 Jul
Hadassah Jessica Hecht’s ‘Campfire’ Burns Bright   10 Jul
Actress Jessica Hecht, known for her role in Fiddler on the Roof, developed The Campfire Project to provide creative healing for young refugees globally. Par...
10 Jul
Hadassah Recommitting to Our Pride as Jews and Zionists 9 Jul
The article highlights the current challenges faced by Israel and the Jewish community, emphasizing the importance of recommitting to Jewish pride and Zionis...
9 Jul
Hadassah Fighting to Hold Hamas Accountable 9 Jul
A group of American and international organizations sent a letter to the United Nations urging them to condemn Hamas for their use of sexual violence against...
9 Jul
Hadassah October 7 Survivors Will Not Be Silenced 9 Jul
Survivors of the October 7 attacks in Israel, including Amit Soussana and Tali Biner, are struggling with the aftermath of the violence they experienced. Sou...
9 Jul
Hadassah Taffy Brodesser-Akner’s ‘Long Island Compromise’ 9 Jul
In "Long Island Compromise" by Taffy Brodesser-Akner, the story focuses on the Fletcher family, a wealthy Jewish American family in a fictional Long Island s...
9 Jul
Hadassah Student-Penned Books Keep Holocaust Survivors’ Stories Alive 3 Jul
Deb Bowen, a Christian farmer's daughter, has spearheaded the project "A Book By Me," aiming to preserve Holocaust survivors' stories by pairing middle- and ...
3 Jul
Hadassah Israeli Paralympians Are Headed to Paris Games 3 Jul
Israeli Paralympian Nina Gorodetsky, a badminton champion featured in the documentary "Nina Is an Athlete," overcame personal challenges to qualify for the P...
3 Jul
Hadassah Trying to ‘Rekindle’ Black-Jewish Collaborative Energy 3 Jul
Matthew Fieldman and Charmaine Rice co-founded the Rekindle Fellowship in 2019 to revive the historical Black-Jewish collaborative spirit. They facilitate fa...
3 Jul
Hadassah A New Podcast Unravels a Persian-Jewish Mystery 3 Jul
Danielle and Galeet Dardashti, raised in a mixed Jewish family with Persian heritage sidelined in their upbringing, initiated a podcast called "The Nightinga...
3 Jul
Hadassah Guide to Jewish Literature – July/August 2024 2 Jul
The post discusses the Guide to Jewish Literature for July/August 2024, featured in Hadassah Magazine, indicating a focus on Jewish literary works within tha...
2 Jul
Hadassah The Berkshires Beckon This Summer 1 Jul
Jews are drawn to the Berkshires, a scenic region in Western Massachusetts known for its culture and natural beauty. The area has a rich history with notable...
1 Jul
Hadassah The Displaced Senior Kibbutzniks Thriving in Exile 1 Jul
Senior residents from Kibbutz HaGoshrim have been living in a hotel after being relocated due to Hezbollah attacks near the Lebanon border. Around 100 kibbut...
1 Jul
Hadassah Keeping Cool In My Israeli Kitchen 1 Jul
In the midst of the challenging times in Israel, author Adeena Sussman finds solace and resilience in her Tel Aviv kitchen, viewing cooking as a form of comf...
1 Jul
Hadassah October 7 Doc Bears Witness to Hamas Sexual Violence 1 Jul
Anat Stalinsky, an Israeli television director, created the documentary "Screams Before Silence" to shed light on the sexual violence perpetrated by Hamas du...
1 Jul
Hadassah The Tragic Fate of Israel’s Female Observer Soldiers 28 Jun
The tragic events at the Nahal Oz Israeli Defense Forces base, where 15 unarmed female field observers were killed by Hamas terrorists, have raised questions...
28 Jun
Hadassah These Romance Books Focus on Jewish Joy 26 Jun
Author Jean Meltzer explains how Jewish romance novels are a celebration of Jewish joy, offering narratives that counteract traditional Jewish stories of vic...
26 Jun
Hadassah The Ongoing Psychological Impact of October 7 26 Jun
Following the deadly attack by Hamas on Israel on October 7, the Hadassah Medical Organization is at the forefront of addressing the ongoing psychological im...
26 Jun
Hadassah ‘Displaced Persons’ 24 Jun
"Displaced Persons" by Joan Leegant is a collection of poignant stories focusing on characters struggling with afflictions, trauma, and a search for stabilit...
24 Jun
Hadassah A Tale of Lists and Blacklists 7 Jun
The text discusses the controversy surrounding a spreadsheet titled "is your fav author a zionist?" which categorizes authors as pro-Israel/Zionist or pro-Pa...
7 Jun
Hadassah Notice of 2024 Annual Meeting of Voting Members 6 Jun
Hadassah, The Women's Zionist Organization of America, Inc., has announced its 2024 Annual Meeting of Voting Members to be held at Planet Hollywood Resort an...
6 Jun
Hadassah A Catholic Ally 6 Jun
The author, a Roman Catholic, shares her journey of supporting Jewish friends and combatting antisemitism, including replacing the Star of Bethlehem with a S...
6 Jun
Hadassah Hadassah’s Multifront Advocacy in Action 5 Jun
Hadassah, a Jewish women's organization, is actively engaged in advocacy on multiple fronts including fighting antisemitism, promoting stem-cell research, an...
5 Jun
Hadassah Magazine Discussion: In Conversation With Joan Nathan 4 Jun
Renowned Jewish culinary figure Joan Nathan, author of the memoir "My Life in Recipes: Food, Family, and Memories," will be interviewed by Hadassah Magazine'...
4 Jun
Hadassah ‘Hadassah Magazine’ Wins Big at the 2024 Rockower Awards 4 Jun
Hadassah Magazine achieved significant success at the 2024 Rockower Awards, receiving eight awards from the American Jewish Press Association for their work ...
4 Jun
Hadassah One Book, One Hadassah: Talia Carner 30 May
Hadassah is hosting a special One Book, One Hadassah event featuring Israeli author Talia Carner discussing her book "The Boy with the Star Tattoo" at their ...
30 May
Hadassah The Psychological Impact of the Rise of Antisemitism 23 May
The rise of antisemitism in recent years has had a significant psychological impact on Jewish individuals across various age groups, leading to anxiety, disr...
23 May
Hadassah In Israel, Hope and Despair 22 May
The documentary "Mourning in Lod" explores the interconnected stories of two murders in Israel in May 2021, where a Jewish man, Yigal Yehoshua, was killed by...
22 May
Hadassah New Jewish Books to Kvell About 22 May
The article highlights several new Jewish books worth celebrating. "Lolita at Leonards of Great Neck and Other Stories" by Shira Dicker presents bold Jewish ...
22 May
Hadassah Promising to Fund a Jewish Future 21 May
The Jewish Future Promise (JFP) campaign urges Jews to commit at least half of their charitable bequests to build a Jewish future, with over 50,000 signatori...
21 May
Hadassah ‘To Be a Jew Today’ 21 May
Noah Feldman's book "To Be a Jew Today" delves into the complexities of Jewish identity, moving beyond denominational labels to explore four distinct Jewish ...
21 May
Hadassah ‘Goddess of Warsaw’ Turned It Girl 21 May
"The Goddess of Warsaw" by Lisa Barr is a captivating work of historical fiction following the story of Lena Browning, a Hollywood star with a past as Bina B...
21 May
Hadassah ‘The Scrolls of Deborah’ 21 May
"The Scrolls of Deborah" by Esther Goldenberg is a feminist reimagining of biblical stories, focusing on matriarch Rebekah and her nursemaid Deborah. The nov...
21 May
Hadassah How Well Do You Know Israeli History? 20 May
The text discusses common misconceptions and historical facts about Israeli history. It clarifies that the term "Palestine" originated from the Romans Latini...
20 May
Hadassah Hadassah Mobilizes Support for Israeli Women 20 May
Hadassah has launched the global campaign "End The Silence" to bring attention to the weaponization of sexual violence by Hamas, with over 130,000 people and...
20 May
Hadassah A Sojourn in Jewish Provence 20 May
Provence, a region known for its summer heat and picturesque landscapes, was once a vibrant center of French Jewish life, particularly during the period when...
20 May
Hadassah When Women Couldn’t Eat at the Plaza 17 May
In the late 1960s, a pivotal moment in the women's rights movement took place at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan when women were barred from dining at the Oak R...
17 May
Hadassah Commemorating October 7 With Tattoos 16 May
In response to the October 7th terrorist attacks at the Nova music festival, Israelis and Jews worldwide are turning to tattoos as a way to commemorate the e...
16 May
Hadassah Fresh Meaning and Raw Memory 8 May
Hadassah Medical Organization staff members exemplified heroism by aiding terror attack victims in Jerusalem, reflecting the ongoing cycle of calm and violen...
8 May
Hadassah 18 Voices for Israel 8 May
Hadassah Magazine recently recognized 18 women who embody Zionism in their personal and professional lives, showcasing a diverse group of Jewish and Christia...
8 May
Hadassah Despite the Angst, We’re Not Crossing Schools Off the List 8 May
Amid campus unrest and anti-Israel sentiments, a parent discusses the impact on choosing colleges for her children, emphasizing the importance of not shying ...
8 May
Hadassah Jewish Students Shouldn’t Be Forced to Hide 8 May
Amidst recent protests at Columbia University and rising antisemitism, the importance of Jewish identity and pride is highlighted. The article reflects on pa...
8 May
Hadassah If Middlebury and Brown Are Out, What’s In? 8 May
A Jewish parent navigates college visits for their high school junior amid concerns of antisemitism on campuses, opting to skip visits to Middlebury and Brow...
8 May