Created by Rina Taraseiskey, Michael Murphy and Danny King In 1942, a secret society of teenage boys set out to defy the Third Reich’s ban on free speech and undermine the propaganda machine behind the regime’s biggest hoax by launching what would become the longest-running underground magazine regularly produced by Nazi camp prisoners. Vedem, which […]
Join PJ Library at Jewish Academy of Orlando. Celebrate the unique and individual gift of being yourself! We will explore the wonderful spaces at the Jewish Academy of Orlando while doing activities that encourage us to be ourselves. We will discuss B'tzelem Elohim, how we are all unique blessings. We will have storytime, crafts, and […]
Community-wide gatherings and celebrations for Jewish families with young children (3 to 8 years old).
In honor of Florida Jewish History Month, The Cultural Arts Department of the Roth Family Jewish Community Center welcomes visiting author Marcia Jo Zerivitz, presenting her book and lecture, "Jewish of Florida" - the first comprehensive history of the Jewish of Florida, from colonial times to present in a sweeping tapestry of voices spanning centuries.
This 9-week course explores the history of the conflict from the inception of the Jewish Aliyah in the 1800s through the Six-Day War. Course material is designed to encourage discussion and debate, and to challenge students to appreciate the basis of the conflicting historical claims made by all sides in the conflict. The complexity of […]