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On the forefront of Holocaust education

Photo: Kim Klett recorded a virtual tour of the Tucson Jewish Museum & Holocaust Center. On July 9, 2021, Governor Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2241, requiring that all Arizona students receive education on the Holocaust and other genocides during their K-12 education at least twice between seventh and 12th grade. But long before that…

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Speaking for Others and Yourself

By Amy Hummell Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance, and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) was formed in 2009 when the Jewish Special Education International Consortium got together for their annual meeting. Two of the members presented the idea of selecting a specific month for all communities to raise awareness and share resources on the topic of disability. Becca…

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K-12 Education’s Crisis of Relevance

By Michael C. Johnson The extent that we can assure that every American child receives a relevant and contemporary education today will dictate the health of our economy, our global standing and the general welfare of our society for the remainder of this century. Unfortunately, we are not able to offer such a guarantee, not…

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Foods that boost your immunity

With the ongoing pandemic, not to mention cold and flu season, it’s more important than ever to take care of our health. We all know that getting enough sleep, lowering anxiety, exercising and getting outside is all good for our immune system, but what we eat can also boost our immune system and increase our…

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Artists to Transform Desert with Arizona Fine Art EXPO

Photo: Monte Moore is the exclusive artist for The Mandalorian Collection for Thomas Kinkade Studios. By Jessica Gonzalez Artists from throughout Arizona, the Western United States and even the world will transform the desert of North Scottsdale into Arizona’s premier venue for collecting fine art during the 10-week Arizona Fine Art EXPO beginning Friday, Jan….

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Mostly Kosher is coming to Chandler

Mostly Kosher, the LA-based Klezmer-Rock Band sounds like nothing you’ve ever heard before – and that’s exactly the way it should be! They will be performing their signature blend of Jewish cultural music, jazz, Latin, rock and folk for a concert the whole family will enjoy at the Chandler Center for the Arts on Jan….

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Gloria Brown delivers handmade happiness

Knitting Without Borders was started in 2010 by Loredana Delucchi of New York. Since its inception, has donated thousands of handmade teddy bears to orphanages, schools, remote villages and hospitals across the world to children undergoing medical tests or treatments. Her friends, family and co-workers picked up their knitting needles and crochet hooks to help…

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