A slew of flyers that seem to be accusing Jews of being tied to the anti-vaccine movement were found at multiple schools in Santa Monica on January 13.
USC President Carol Folt announced a series of measures on January 13 to combat antisemitism on campus in light of recent controversies. In a letter...
A Croft House furniture store employee was stabbed to death in the Hancock Park area of Los Angeles on January 13.
President and Chief Executive Officer Marvin I. Schotland will step down from a position he has held for more than 30 years.
USC issued a statement on December 28 denouncing antisemitism after the university made the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s annual Global Antisemitism Top Ten list.
Eighty-eight percent of religious hate crimes that occurred in Los Angeles County in 2020 were antisemitic, according to a new report from the county.
Amy Cecil, the Director of Education at Jewish World Watch, has always had a passion for education, which is why she created the Teen Ambassador Program (TAP).
Two men have been charged with a hate crime in connection to the antisemitic assault that took place outside of the Sushi Fumi restaurant in May.
On South Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills, Al’s Newsstand is open for business each weekday at 6:30 A.M.
United Teachers Los Angeles (UTLA), one of the city’s largest and most influential teachers’ unions, is set to vote at its September board meeting on a motion that would endorse Boycott, Divest, Sanction...
The City of Los Angeles declared August 18 (8/18) Brody Stevens Day in honor of the late comedian, who was a San Fernando Valley native who frequently talked about his hometown on stage.
USC Faculty Call on University to Condemn Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies for Endorsing Anti-Israel Statement
Around 50 USC faculty members urged the university in an August 8 letter to denounce an anti-Israel statement endorsed by the Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies.
The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles today announced it has awarded $1 million to seven local nonprofits that address issues related to education equity.
The editorial called on the union to “reject the measure, which can do no real good for the union or schools, and certainly could hurt both.”
A petition to institute a street permit from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. has been circulated.
A 76-Year-Old Jewish Philanthropist From Los Angeles Is One of the World’s Most Prolific Olympic Pin Traders
Marantz specializes in collecting pins produced by countries seeking to host the Olympics, pins made by official host committees and pins made by media organizations covering the games.
Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Koretz sent a letter to Ben & Jerry’s on July 21 condemning their July 19 decision to cease operations...
106-year-old synagogue was the largest in the West from 1915-1951; now set to become a cultural hub for Jewish and Latino communities.
Graffiti of a swastika and the words “Nazi Pride” in all capital letters was found on a Beverly Hills street corner on July 14.
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) school board unanimously passed a resolution on July 13 condemning antisemitism.
The need to preserve ancient works of art gained added importance in light of their wholesale destruction by Islamic State
Recent data from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) shows that antisemitic hate crimes have increased by nearly 60% thus far in 2021.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has been officially nominated by President Joe Biden to be the next Ambassador to India.
Glaser Weil LLP and Sitrick And Company–two of the nation’s top law and public relations firms, respectively–have joined Arash and Benny Khorsandi of The Law Office of Arash...
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