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From the White House to small town America, the country unites in honoring the Rebbe
After a year in which schools were shuttered for long months and education faced profound setbacks, dozens of cities and counties, nearly every state as well as the White House have united today in proclaiming Education and Sharing Day, a day focused on t...
Covid presented an unexpected opportunity to celebrate Jewish holidays as never before
A year ago Purim became the first Jewish holiday to be significantly impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic. Since then, the world has experienced far too much illness, death, poverty and adversity. But throughout the long months of quarantine, lockd...
Chabad of Tampa brought mitzvah opportunities to sports’ biggest stage
This year was the first time a Super Bowl was played—and won—by the home team on its home turf. And for some Jewish Tampa Bay fans, it was also the first time they felt truly at home, as the Buccaneers coordinated with Chabad of Tampa to help set up a kos...
Director of JNet remembered for his extraordinary spirit and faith
Rabbi Yehuda (“Yudi”) Dukes, a pioneering online teacher and the director of JNet, an organization that connects Jews around the world in Torah study—and whose faith and good spirit during a valiant, months-long battle with the coronavirus inspired people...
Excerpt from ‘Torah Studies’ taught in six languages as part of worldwide project
The world suffered a devastating blow this past November when Lord Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, former chief rabbi of the United Kingdom, and a brilliant scholar and teacher, tragically passed away at the age of 72. Since his untimely death, there has been an ou...
Governors found ways to join Covid-safe Hanukkah events, celebrating freedom of religion
Despite the difficulties that the coronavirus pandemic has created, the nation’s elected officials found ways to safely continue the Hanukkah tradition of joining public menorah-lightings, many of which took place at state capitols, statehouses and govern...
An invitation by the city’s leader leads to a muted ceremony
In most years, the Eiffel Tower menorah-lighting in Paris is an awe-inspiring event that draws crowds numbering in the thousands and is seen by millions on international broadcasts. But with Paris in the midst of a lockdown and gatherings curtailed, permi...
The lights are shining as bright as ever in innovative Covid-safe events
As the dark winter of the coronavirus pandemic continues, this Hanukkah will see millions restricted in how they gather with many completely confined to their homes. In this time of widespread difficulty, confusion or even despair, Hanukkah’s message of l...
How the most user-friendly Tanya went online
Since its initial release 35 years ago, Lessons in Tanya has been an indispensable key to accessing the Tanya, Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi’s seminal work of Chabad-Lubavitch Chassidut. Now, a remastered edition of Lessons in Tanya‘s classic English tran...
At 1 p.m. on Sunday, Shluchim Conference online event to celebrate communities, memorialize victims
The resilience of Jewish life amid the devastation wrought by the global coronavirus pandemic will be the major theme of this year’s Grand Event, which is the virtual stand-in for the Gala Banquet that annually caps the International Conference of Chabad-...
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