Photos by Lacey Johnson The Jewish community helped paint a Martin Luther King, Jr. mural, paint a ceiling of the men’s dining area and sort canned goods at the Community for Creative Non-Violence, the largest homeless shelter in metro D.C., as part of the DCJCC’s MLK Day of Service on Jan. 19. Here are photos from the… Read More
More than 500 people filled the pews at Adas Israel Congregation in Northwest Washington, D.C. on Tuesday night for a Gathering of Solidarity and Remembrance with the People of France and its Jewish Community following the terrorist attacks in Paris on satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo and kosher supermarket Hyper Cache. The event was sponsored by the American Jewish… Read More
Millions of people in France and the around the world marched on Sunday to honor victims of the Paris terror attacks and denounce terrorism. The French Embassy in Washington, D.C. held an afternoon march that started at the Newseum and ended at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. Photos courtesy of Barbara Goldberg Goldman.
On Veterans Day, the National Museum of American Jewish Military History and Jewish War Veterans of the USA dedicated a new permanent exhibit at the museum’s Dupont Circle location. Jews in the American Military documents the Jewish men and women who served their country from the colonial era to the recent conflicts in Iraq and… Read More
ARTS FOR THE AGING GALA HONORING RUTH BADER GINSBURG Celebrating Lifelong Creativity, Arts for the Aging’s 26th Annual Benefit Gala, took place Oct. 22 at Society of Cincinnati at Anderson House in Washington, D.C. The organization presented the 6th Annual Lolo Sarnoff Award to The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court…. Read More
[slideshow id=”Doing good deeds on Dec. 25″] Around 1,000 people went out into the greater Washington, D.C., area on Wednesday to volunteer and help the needy as part of the Washington DC Jewish Community Center’s D25 day of service event. “We put a lot of passion and a lot of heart into the project this… Read More
Congregants of Agudas Achim Synagogue and the Beth El Hebrew Congregation, both in Alexandria, gathered at Beth El Hebrew to enjoy brunch and hear a political forum on Sunday. The brotherhood of Beth El Hebrew and the men’s club of Agudas Achim sponsored the brunch where candidates, current delegates and their opponents from Alexandria and… Read More