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Hillel International today announced that the pro-Israel education and advocacy group The David Project will be integrated into Hillel.
College is a time of exploration. In the current political and social landscape, there are opportunities everywhere for students to pursue justice and become involved.
Manashe was born in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, a city along the Silk Road, where his ancestors had lived for over 2,000 years, which makes his Jewish identity simultaneously Bukharian, Sephardic, Mizrahi, and Russian-speaking.
Brittany Lenhart’s love affair with building dynamic Jewish community began early in her life, at age 9, when she attended the URJ’s Goldman Union Camp Institute for the first time.
If any transmission of ancient wisdom is going to happen, we are going to have to work to create the space.
Ilya Bratman grew up in Moscow, Russia and immigrated to Pittsburgh, PA when he was 15. Bratman never thought that he would become a Hillel professional or even a devoted Jew.