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Oct 11, 2021

Holocaust Education Week Brings Films, Speakers and Art Exhibitions to Miami

With the alarming rise of antisemitism throughout the US and abroad, this year’s Holocaust Education Week, beginning Sunday, November 7 through Friday November 12, offers critical learning tools for our community. The community-wide program, presented by the Holocaust Memorial Beach, a Committee of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, opens with a virtual commemoration of Kristallnacht: “The Night of Broken Glass.” Additional programming throughout the week includes a photography exhibit by Holocaust Survivor Laszlo Selly, a public film screening of The Zookeeper’s Wife and a moderated discussion with Survivor Allan Hall. All events will be virtual, unless otherwise noted, free of charge and open to the public. Advance registration is required. Program access information will be sent following registration confirmation. For more information and to register, click here.

Fighting Food Insufficiency

Fighting Food Insufficiency

Thanks to the generous legacy of the Saul Schottenstein, individuals and families facing food insufficiency will have something special to include in their Chanukah celebration.

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Giving Back With Everything But the Turkey

Giving Back With Everything But the Turkey

With the help of hundreds of passionate volunteers, Everything But the Turkey’s B’nai Mitzvah year was a resounding success!

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Overnight Jewish Summer Camp Scholarships Available

Overnight Jewish Summer Camp Scholarships Available

Is your child an artist, an archer, an environmentalist or an explorer? Whatever their interest, Jewish overnight summer camps offer programming for everyone.

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JAA Program on Selfcare

JAA Program on Selfcare

Caregivers of children with special needs can enjoy a meaningful virtual program on selfcare on Thursday, December 2 at 7-8:30 p.m.

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