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2016 Summer Advocacy Training & Meetings

It’s that time of year again. The August Congressional recess is rapidly approaching, which means your Representatives will be home in their district offices. This is a perfect time for you to schedule a meeting with your Representative and Senators


The Necessity of Teen Engagement

**This Blog post was written by our two summer Federation Interns: Gabby Blum and Emma Aaronson**   Gabby: As a Jewish child I was taught about the horrific events that occurred during the Holocaust.  It was very impactful when I was constantly face


Remembering Elie Wiesel

This weekend we lost a giant. Elie Wiesel passed away at the age of 87. The Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner may be best known for his widely read book “Night,” the story of his time in the concentration camps Auschwitz and Buchenwald


Congolese Protest Nationwide Against Kabila’s Third Term

* A special report from our consultant in the Democratic Republic of the Congo * Eastern Congo  May 26 – Masses of demonstrators, mainly made up of civil society organizations and opposition parties’ supporters,  joined in the streets this m