Protest for Labor Rights

For the past four years, the predominantly Latino hospitality and housing employees at the University of Southern California have been fighting for a written guarantee of job security. Now, union leaders representing the workers have turned to Jewish leaders to support what they consider a call for justice.

Discovering Morocco

If you think that with the tense climate in the Middle East no Muslim country would warmly welcome, let alone happily invite, Jewish visitors, then you haven\’t been to Morocco.

Noa’s Universal Appeal

When Achinoam Nini was growing up in the Bronx with her Yemenite-Israeli parents, her different name, exotic looks and diverse heritage made her feel out of place among her schoolmates.

A New Lease on Life

About two-and-a-half years ago Michael Goldberg\’s life was on the line. A diabetic since he was a teen-ager, his kidneys began to fail him at 36. The only hope for Michael\’s survival was a kidney and pancreas transplant.

Soulful Sounds

The sounds of heaven and earth merge when David De\’or and Shlomo Bar, two internationally acclaimed Israeli artists, combine their musical talents.

Taking the Peace Movement by Storm

Not long before Hurricane Georges churned up the southeast, Hurricane Galia slammed into Los Angeles. And advocates for Middle East peace couldn\’t have been more relieved.

A Drink from the Same Cup

If the pursuit of peace in the Middle East will not unite the parties concerned, then one life-sustaining element may. Israeli, Arab and American researchers and engineers have come together to find ways to produce more potable water for agricultural use, as demands for supplies of Middle Eastern and Californian freshwater continue to increase.

The Soundtrack for Life and Love

One in three Israeli families ownat least one David Broza recording; for two generations of Israelis,Broza provided the soundtrack for life and love.

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