At some point, someone said that Jews have to have Chinese food on Christmas, and it stuck.
Julia Diamond discusses Grand Park’s role pre and post-pandemic and her connection to LA.
According to the report, the number of anti-Semitic hate crimes in the county in 2019 was 93; in 2018, that number was 79. The report noted that the 93 instances is the largest number of anti-Semitic hate crimes that the county has recorded since 2009.
Rabbi RBO leaves a legacy any of us would be lucky to achieve — one marked by a deep drive to make the world a more just and equitable place.
Thirty Chromebook computers and more than 300 headphones were donated.
"When political speech crosses over into the harassment of an individual, whether in person or online, universities need to act swiftly."
"It is essential that the CHP and relevant agencies guard against such crude expressions of hate and assaults upon public safety.”
The Pasadena mayor condemned it.
Principals and administrators have spent much of the summer ironing out multiple plans to return, whether in-person, online, or some combination of the two.
45 Israeli Americans gathered outside the Israeli consulate building on Wilshire Boulevard in Westwood, calling on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to resign.
The 17-year-old said that after seeing homeless people lacking the proper COVID-19 protection, she felt compelled to take action.
USC Student Who Launched Impeachment Campaign Against Student VP Says It Wasn’t Prompted by VP’s Zionist Views, Apologizes to Her and Jewish Community
"I want to offer my deepest apologies to Rose, and the greater Jewish community, for all the damage to her reputation, mental health, and well-being that resulted from my irresponsible wording."
Beirut is a sister city of Los Angeles.
USC President Calls Student VP Resignation Letter ‘Heartbreaking,’ Says Anti-Semitism ‘Has No Place at the University’
"What happened to Rose Ritch is unacceptable, and we must all take up her challenge to do better.”
"Students launched an aggressive social media campaign to 'impeach [my] Zionist a--.' This is anti-Semitism."
A shooting had occurred during the party, resulting in one dead.
Making the most of quarantine, the Shorten family turned to challah-baking. They have dubbed their mitzvah project “Got Challah.”
During a July 9 meeting, the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Board of Education postponed until August its vote on the Ethnic Studies...
Los Angeles Has a Major Homelessness Problem. These Jewish Groups Are Helping by Opening Their Parking Lots.
“They offer a little sanctuary.”
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said in a June 29 statement that his department won’t enforce the county’s decision to close beaches during...
Los Angeles County beaches will be closed for the Fourth of July weekend as the total number of COVID-19 cases surged past 100,00. Fox 11...
"Receiving all these generous donations from businesses and families remind us, too, that they are rooting for us, and we are all in this together.”
"I want to be an architect of building a city that doesn’t just get back to normal, but is more equitable."
Pomona College Senior Class President Apologizes for Sharing Social Media Post Calling Zionists Racists
The Pomona College senior class president issued an apology on June 23 for sharing a post calling Zionists racist. The post in question was an...
The Pomona College senior class president reportedly shared a social media post on her Instagram story accusing Zionists of being racists. The Claremont Independent, a...
A Jewish security group took matters into its own hands and did what it could to protect the Jewish community from violence that occurred...
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