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Women’s March names 3 Jewish women to its steering committee

The Women's March adds Jewish women to its leadership amid controversy over anti-Semitism. Read more.

Twitter hashtag #FirstAntiSemiticExperience reveals harrowing stories

Swastikas. Hate speech. Bullying. Threats. As the year 2019 kicks off, Twitter users around the globe are showing that antisemitic behavior is not something relegated to history books. Using the hashtag #firstantisemiticexperience, people have been sharing stories of their first exposure to …

Congress is now 3 times more Jewish than the United States as a whole

More than 6 percent of the new Congress is Jewish, with 34 Jews among the total of 535 lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate. Read more.

Milwaukee Jewish Federation names new president and CEO

The Milwaukee Jewish Federation has named Miryam Rosenzweig as its new president and chief executive officer. Rosenzweig, who is currently chief development officer for the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit, assumes her new position on March 19. Read more.

Steelers donate $70,000 to victims of Pittsburgh synagogue attack

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Stronger Than Hate campaign inspired the city and the world to rally around the Jewish community in the wake of the shooting attack on a local synagogue building that left 11 dead. On Sunday, the NFL team donated $70,000 to help the Jewish community and the familie…