Centuries Old Tradition To Benefit Ukrainian Jews


As the war in Ukraine continues to rage, a centuries-old Passover tradition is being highlighted by students at St. Paul’s Lubavitch Cheder Day School to benefit refugees. Ma’ot chitim — […]

May Their Memories be for a Blessing


Eleven people were murdered in Israel by terrorists marking it as the deadliest time period within Israel since 2006.

Who The Folk?! Natalie Belsky


As a history professor specializing in the former Soviet Union, Natalie Belsky has a keen understanding of what’s going on in Ukraine. Belsky teaches at University of Minnesota-Duluth and specializes […]

JFNA Holds Weekly Webinars On Ukraine


The Jewish Federations of North America are starting weekly webinars to update the Jewish community on the Ukrainian refugee crisis. The Zoom calls will be held on Mondays and Thursdays […]

Who The Folk?! Asya Mikhailenko Sturgell


Asya Mikhailenko Sturgell could’ve been in Kyiv visiting her family this past weekend and celebrating her grandmother’s 93rd birthday. Instead, she’s home in Minnesota worrying about their safety. We talk […]