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Stanford Federal Complaint Alleges Anti-Semitic Workplace

Jewish employees at Stanford University have experienced severe and persistent anti-Jewish harassment, according to a complaint filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). The complaint, which was announced on June 15, alleges that Stanford University’s Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS) division has created and fostered…

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Andrew Turk Begins New Role at Rose Law Group

Rose Law Group pc, the largest woman-led law firm in Arizona’s history, is proud to announce Andrew Turk as the new Chair of Litigation at the Scottsdale-based firm. Turk has gained nearly 30 years of litigation experience and works tirelessly on behalf of businesses and business owners in commercial litigation, including contract disputes, trade secrets,…

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9 Personal Safety Tips for Everyday Life

By Doug Parisi, Director of Training, SafeDefend We are all so reliant on others to provide a safe and secure environment for us, that we often neglect taking basic steps to protect ourselves.  Those who abdicate their personal responsibility are more likely to have a negative outcome should something bad occur. Here are 9 steps you can take…

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Congratulations to the Moral Courage Essay Winners

This year’s first-place winner of the Anti-Defamation League Arizona’s Herb Goldberg Moral Courage Essay Contest for 2021 is Emma Schwarz, a 10th grader at Verde Valley School in Sedona. Her essay, “A Generational Legacy” won her a $2,500 scholarship. Read her essay here. The annual essay contest was created by the Goldberg Foundation to honor…

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What Makes a Family?

As school lets out, PJ Library offers an inclusively curated picture book list to keep kids engaged and reading all summer. What makes a family a family? In Hebrew, mishpacha means family – and it’s not just a word, but a value to embrace as well. And families come in all sorts of shapes, sizes,…

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Tucson’s Chabad on River vandalized

Photo: Rabbi Rami Bigelman and Rabbi Yehuda Ceitlin speak with the media at Chabad on River in Tucson on June 8. On Monday morning, June 7, as Chabad on River Center’s Director, Rabbi Rami Bigelman, arrived to teach a Torah class, he found a swastika painted on the classroom door with a racial slur. He…

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