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Happy Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah is an ideal time to celebrate change and renewal. Along with holiday wishes, we would like to share some wonderful news of a New Beginning for the New Year: Jewish World Watch is pleased to announce Susan Freudenheim as our new Executive Dir

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Conflict Causes Refugees: Invest in Prevention

Refugee Summit Must Address the Cause: Conflict. 65 million people, that’s the population of the United Kingdom. Imagine if the entire population of the UK was forced to flee their homes. What would the world’s response be? How would we help? Now thin

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Mitzvah Day 2016

On November 6th, many Los Angeles synagogues hold ‘Mitzvah Day.’ This is a day dedicated to action of some kind, whether it be making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for homeless shelters, writing letters to servicemen and women, or picture frames

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JWW Intern Gabby Blum is One Cool Kid!

One of the great pleasures of my job is that I get to work with so many incredible people.  Through the Walk to End Genocide in each of its locations, to our advocacy events, fundraisers and speaking engagements, I have come to know hundreds of activists