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One year after a gunman opened fire at Tree of Life Synagogue, the deadliest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, Pittsburgh-area students are still looking for meaningful ways to grieve and channel their sorrow into acts of loving kindness.
Hillel Russia celebrated its 25th anniversary on Nov. 12 at the Moscow School of Modern Drama Theater.
Kristallnacht was a night filled with violent anti-Semitic demonstrations across Germany. Synagogues were torched, Jewish store windows were smashed and sacred Jewish items were destroyed. Students around the world commemorated the 81st-anniversary of the “Night of Broken Glass” with events at their local Hillels.
Derek Black, a former white nationalist, and Matthew Stevenson, an Orthodox Jew, addressed members of the Dallas-Fort Worth community on Nov. 12, discussing their unlikely friendship and Black’s journey away from his past ideology.
For Luis Delgadillo, the immigration crisis hits close to home. When he was about 6-years-old, Delgadillo emigrated from Mexico to Texas with his family.
Hillel International today announced that Rabbi Noga Brenner Samia is joining Hillel Israel as Executive Director.