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Central Valley’s First Holocaust Memorial to be Built in Kern County

75 years after World War II, the Central Valley will soon have its first Holocaust memorial to commemorate the millions of people, including six million Jews, who were murdered by the Nazis.

Jewish Herald-Voice
Chabad Centers Helping Others Through Freeze

Several Chabad Centers around Texas sustained damage from the freeze this week, but that didn’t stop their emissaries from helping others in need.

The Miami Student
“I have to be where the students are”: Chabad Rabbi Lives Among Students

Rabbi Yossi Greenberg and his family have lived in an apartment below Miami students since winter break.

The Jerusalem Post
Purim: Looking back and looking forward

A look at Purim in all its dimensions

Jewish Press
Israel Launches Largest Charitable Distribution Project in its History through Colel Chabad

Israel’s Interior Ministry has approved a massive support project designed to help families in need as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) takes its toll on Israeli society and its economy.

The Chronicle
Rabbi Discusses Being Black, Jewish in America During Virtual Talk with Oberlin College’s Chabad

Raised by his Jewish mother and Black gentile father in Arizona, Yonason Perry grew up straddling two worlds.

Jewish Press
A Beautiful Story About The Rebbetzin

Last week’s yahrzeit of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s wife, Rebbetzin Chaya Mushka Schneerson, aroused a great demand for inspiring stories about her. Here’s a story about her extraordinary sensitivity and consideration for others, even for those she didn’t know.

Frontiersman
Warming Alaska: The Mat-Su Jewish Center

Thirty years ago, a young Rabbi, Yosef Greenberg, and his family prepared to move from New York City to Alaska in order to create a Jewish outpost in Anchorage. In preparation, they visited their spiritual leader, the beloved Rebbe Menachem M. Schneerson.

Forward
From Fargo to Saskatoon: Tiny Jewish communities team up to build mikvehs in their towns

For Sarah Kats, the 35-year-old spiritual leader of the Chabad Jewish Centre of Saskatoon, the drive to the closest mikveh in Edmonton, Alberta, takes six hours.

Jewish Press
The Rebbetzin: A Lesson In Humility

The Rebbetzin always conducted herself regally, yet utterly without pretension, staying inconspicuously in the background with true humility and modesty.

Sun Sentinel
Chabad Gets Permit for $10 Million Building Project

Chabad Chayil in Miami has received a full set of permits by Miami-Dade County to build a new-five story building.

Cleveland Jewish News
Friendship Circle celebrates Rebbe’s 70 years of influence

Temperatures were in the 20s and skies were gray, but there was music and dancing happening at the Friendship Circle of Cleveland’s Jan. 24 tailgate event in the organization’s Pepper Pike parking lot.

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