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Rabbi Harold Schulweis

Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis Passes Away at 89

Rabbi Harold Schulweis, regarded as the most influential synagogue leader of his generation, died at his home after a long struggle with heart disease. 1,478 more words

Social Behavior

An Unfathomable Price for an Inestimable Prize - Dusty Klass

Jedwabne. A small town in Poland. On July 10th 1941, Jedwabne’s Jews were brutally murdered; beaten, beheaded, drowned, with the remaining forced into a barn that was set on fire. 395 more words


Put the Active in Activism: Walk to End Genocide

This post was written by our guest blogger:
Janice Kamenir-Reznik, the Co-Founder and President of Jewish World Watch.
Jewish World Watch is a leading organization in the fight against genocide and mass atrocities with particular focus on Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. 421 more words


Unethical mobiles? The issue of conflict minerals

Thanks to Otter’s great coverage of the conflict minerals in mobile phones, we take a look at the issue of conflict minerals and what we can do to encourage mobile phone providers to source more ethical minerals. 196 more words


GenPrev in the Classroom: Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies [16 May 2012]


A good friend once said to me, “This is Life. I’ve never seen Life actually taught in schools.”

In the past few weeks as an AIPR intern, I have often felt the same way about what we do here at the Auschwitz Institute: “This is Genocide Prevention. 847 more words

Genocide Prevention

Can cooking tools save women from rape and sexual violence in Africa’s refugee camps?

By Jessica Omari

Black Africans have been terrorized, driven out of their villages, and decimated by Arab militias, the Janjaweed and the Sudan government since 2003.   345 more words

The Female Frontline

Interfaith challah sales help to prevent genocide

Photo by Jacob Goldberg

Arriving at Hillel on the last night of sukkot and passing the wooden sukkah on your right painted green, yellow and red, you have the unmistakable feeling of entering a homogenous Jewish environment. 1,343 more words