Author archive for Detroit Jewish News

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    My Mother’s Story

    Sally Horwitz would have had a lot to say about Donald Trump, terrorism, ISIS, what it means to be…

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  • Detroit Jews get the message of Trump’s immigration order

    Last Friday, President Donald Trump signed an executive order halting all refugee entry to the U.S. for 120 days,…

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  • Jewish Detroiters on the move

    By Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News Detroit has had Jewish residents since 1762. The first Jewish neighborhood,...

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  • A Revitalized Detroit Attracts Young Jewish Residents

    By Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News While many Jewish Detroiters left the city between 1950 and 1970,...

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    Detroit’s “Wailing Wall”

    By Robin Schwartz | Detroit Jewish News You don’t have to travel far or look too hard to find...

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  • Profile: Two DPS teachers

    “I am emotionally invested.” Rachael Malerman, 25, began her third year as earth science and zoology teacher at the...

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  • Legacy of teaching: From mother to daughter

    Keri Guten Cohen | Detroit Jewish News Flo Paterni of West Bloomfield may have retired from teaching violin in...

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  • Dedication To education

    Shari S. Cohen | Detroit Jewish News Detroit’s 1967 civil disorder continues to impact the city almost 50 years...

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  • Cooperation And Conflict: Changing relationships between Detroit’s African American and Jewish communities

    By Robin Schwartz | The Jewish News Riots, looting and destruction in Detroit (in 1943 and 1967), jobs, housing...

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  • The 1967 riot through the eyes of business owners: Who fled, who stayed and why?

    By Robin Schwartz | Jewish News Vivid memories remain in the hearts and minds of Jewish business owners nearly...

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