Masha Shumatskaya fled Donetsk, Ukraine, in June 2014. (photo credit: JTA/Uriel Heilman)
May 1, 2015

Jewish Activism is Alive in Ukraine

When the daily shelling began to be too much to bear, Masha packed up her belongings and left her hometown.

Imerman Cakes
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Imerman Cake Company

This is a story about hope, courage, inspiration, patience and cake batter. A lot of cake batter.

January 1, 2015

JFS and JVS Honored

JFS and JVS were listed among the four finalists in Crain’s Detroit “Best Managed Non-Profit Competition” for 2014.

Thanks to JDC
November 1, 2014

Thanks to JDC

Beyond our immediate sphere of influence and interest in Jewish Detroit, what does it mean when we say we are a global Jewish community?

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Tectonic Leadership

Their stories intertwine. In presentations, they finish each other’s sentences. They are the best of friends and the most unlikely of partners.

Jeff Forman
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Welcome to Israel

It was the worst of times that brought out the best of Jewish Detroit, especially among those ready to stand and be counted in solidarity.

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