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Exploring the Israel-Hamas dynamic in educational settings, Classrooms Without Borders introduces new curricula.

By Ellen Resnek / Friday, February 2, 2024 / Comments Off on Exploring the Israel-Hamas dynamic in educational settings, Classrooms Without Borders introduces new curricula.

While these resources aim to assist teachers and students in understanding the current situation, some local educators find themselves in a challenging position where open discussions may be constrained by […]

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Classrooms Without Borders’ Avi Ben-Hur on the aftermath of Oct. 7

By Ellen Resnek / Tuesday, January 23, 2024 / Comments Off on Classrooms Without Borders’ Avi Ben-Hur on the aftermath of Oct. 7

SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE GIVES UPDATE FROM THE GROUND: Read the story HERE Avi will be in the Greater Pittsburgh Area February 4th through the 14th 2024

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Judaism’s Ancient and Ongoing Roots in Israel with Avi Ben-Hur: a 3 part Course Session 3

By Ellen Resnek / Thursday, December 28, 2023 / Comments Off on Judaism’s Ancient and Ongoing Roots in Israel with Avi Ben-Hur: a 3 part Course Session 3

Embark on a thought-provoking journey through the intricate history of Israel with Avi Ben Hur in this three-part series. Delve into the depths of historical narratives and contested landscapes as […]

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Judaism’s Ancient and Ongoing Roots in Israel with Avi Ben-Hur: a 3 part Course Session 2

By Ellen Resnek / Thursday, December 28, 2023 / Comments Off on Judaism’s Ancient and Ongoing Roots in Israel with Avi Ben-Hur: a 3 part Course Session 2

Embark on a thought-provoking journey through the intricate history of Israel with Avi Ben Hur in this three-part series. Delve into the depths of historical narratives and contested landscapes as […]

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Judaism’s Ancient and Ongoing Roots in Israel with Avi Ben-Hur: a 3 part Course Session 1

By Ellen Resnek / Thursday, December 28, 2023 / Comments Off on Judaism’s Ancient and Ongoing Roots in Israel with Avi Ben-Hur: a 3 part Course Session 1

Embark on a thought-provoking journey through the intricate history of Israel with Avi Ben Hur in this three-part series. Delve into the depths of historical narratives and contested landscapes as […]

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Israel Update with Avi Ben Hur

By Ellen Resnek / Monday, October 9, 2023 / Comments Off on Israel Update with Avi Ben Hur

Israel Update with Avi Ben Hur In the early hours of Saturday, October 7, 2023, fifty years and one day since Egypt and Syria surprise attacked Israel on Yom Kippur […]

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2024 Marching Down “Freedom’s Road”: Civil Rights to the Black Freedom Movement

By Ellen Resnek / Thursday, July 27, 2023 / Comments Off on 2024 Marching Down “Freedom’s Road”: Civil Rights to the Black Freedom Movement
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Germany Close Up Blog By Amanda Buchalter

By Jackie Golblum / Monday, July 17, 2023 / Comments Off on Germany Close Up Blog By Amanda Buchalter

This trip to Germany didn’t feel real to me until I arrived at the airport on Sunday evening. It didn’t feel real until I saw my friends, Sara and Emily, […]

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History was not made by just the famous names on all the statues and in all the books by Michele Russo

By Ellen Resnek / Wednesday, June 14, 2023 / Comments Off on History was not made by just the famous names on all the statues and in all the books by Michele Russo

Atlanta, Georgia  & Montgomery, Alabama – It has been made clear that women were  the backbone and at the forefront of the movement. Due to the times and circumstances of […]

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Day 2 MDFR Blog by Sarah Smith

By Ellen Resnek / Monday, June 12, 2023 / Comments Off on Day 2 MDFR Blog by Sarah Smith

Day 2 begins bright & early with some breakfast at the hotel. Then we hop on the bus and head towards Atlanta. Our destination here was the National Center for […]

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