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Self (Imposed) Identity

What does identity mean to you and how is it defined? Is it defined by your gender, age, sexual preference, educational and professional qualifications/roles, your personal beliefs or causes you might advocate for or the many hats you wear during the course of a day? 835 more words

Anti-Oppression Workshop

Thomas Friedman's Career is Built on a Lie

ALGEMEINER
by Benyamin Korn
August 24, 2015

Israeli Army officials reportedly are furious that New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman has accused the IDF of massacring Arab civilians. 129 more words

Israel & Middle East

Heretics, Horsemen and Horsewoman

Anyone interested in Christopher Hitchens will likely appreciate activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali’s most recent book,  Heretic: Why Islam Needs a Reformation Now.  Ayaan was born in Somalia, but escaped her repressive upbringing, and a bumpy road (she was working with Danish cartoonist… 293 more words

Professional Exchange Visits Series – To Be a HubSpotter takes HEART

EACE Blog contribution by Angelique Torres Kim, Associate Director of Employer Relations

On the afternoon of Tuesday, June 9th, a group of about 37 professionals joined HubSpot for an informative session on how the HubSpotter mantra “use good judgment” along with others truly make HubSpot a special place. 745 more words

Archives

Younger Generation Speaks Up for An Infrastructure of Hope in the Middle East

Last summer, Ohad Elhelo received a phone call while he was home in Israel after volunteering to serve in the Protective Edge military operation in Gaza. 1,047 more words

Judaism

Fourth Annual Municipal Finance Conference

I hope you can join us in Boston this summer at the Fourth Annual Municipal Finance Conference.  The conference will be hosted on August 7 by Brandeis International Business School and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.  78 more words

Bonds

On the strange situation of Fr. Walter Cuenin and the Brandeis Univ. Chaplaincy

A number of readers have been asking us to share news and commentary about the strange situation of Fr. Walter (“Call me Walter”) Cuenin and what is currently going on with the Catholic chaplaincy at Brandeis University. 892 more words

Archdiocese Of Boston