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Human rights group urges AG Ellen Rosenblum to allow reversal nonunanimous ury convictions

  By JAIMIE DING The Oregonian/OregonLive An international human rights group on Tuesday, March 30, urged Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to lift her opposition to reversing nonunanimous jury convictions — recently declared unconstitutional — against people who have completed their appeals. Since Oregon enacted its law in 1934, juries could convict people of most…

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Chai-Light Talks: 18 minutes of Inspiration

  Three renowned and inspiring speakers will talk on Zoom about Life After COVID, the initial offering of the inspirational series “Chai-LightTalks: 18 minutes of inspiration,” developed by Rabbi Moshe Wilhelm, executive director of Chabad of Oregon in Portland. You’ve worried and struggled through the Covid pandemic. Masks, social distancing, vaccines, losses. But as we…

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Noa Tishby to Host “Celebrating the Remarkable,” AABGU’s Virtual Event Honoring Dr. Ruth

  Photo: Noa Tishby Actress, producer, activist and author Noa Tishby will emcee the upcoming American Associates Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (AABGU) virtual event, “Celebrating the Remarkable,” which takes place on April 25. “I am delighted to be hosting ‘Celebrating the Remarkable’ for American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. AABGU’s valuable work in…

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Star-Studded “Night of 1,000 Jewish Stars” Clubhouse Passover Seder

  Today, Buzzfeed’s Tasty announced their broadcast partnership on the first-ever Clubhouse Passover Seder this coming Sunday, March 28. The all-inclusive, diverse “Night of 1,000 Jewish Stars” program will usher in the most-celebrated Jewish holiday worldwide, taking a comedic, yet earnest, approach to the Passover Seder dinner highlighted by some of today’s most iconic Jewish actors, comedians, musicians, influencers, Holocaust survivors, philanthropists,…

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Jewish Teen Funders Network Announces New Direction and Name: “Honeycomb”

  With a growing international footprint and new intensive trainings, resources, and consulting services, the Jewish Teen Funders Network has rebranded as Honeycomb (honeycomb.org), focusing on helping educators and community leaders run immersive Jewish philanthropy experiences and programs and other meaningful grantmaking activities for youth and families. Following more than a decade fostering Jewish teens’ philanthropy, Honeycomb recognizes…

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