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Hinenu Baltimore Talks Reparations and Racial Injustice on Interfaith Panel

In collaboration with two churches, Hinenu Baltimore is exploring the concept of reparations and how they can work toward them as religious institutions. The panel...
Guy Taylor

High Schooler Guy Taylor to Receive Prestigious Congressional Gold Award

Guy Taylor, a 17-year-old junior at Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School, is a recipient of the Congressional Gold Award, the highest award bestowed upon...

Preparing To Do Good on Good Deeds Day

Good Deeds Day is fast approaching as Saturday, April 14, gets closer and closer. The Jewish Connection Network has arranged a slate of programming...
a page from the JT in 1946

Remember When: A Powerful Letter in 1946

The Baltimore Jewish Times has been writing about and documenting the local Jewish community for more than a century. And once a month, in...

Baltimoreans Participate in Campaign To Deliver 180,000 Letters in Support of Hostages

The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, also known as the Orthodox Union, delivered 180,000 letters demanding the release of Israeli hostages —...

Art, Culture and Fun at the JCC Community Block Party

The JCC of Greater Baltimore hosted its biannual Community Block Party on Sunday, April 7, bringing together local community members, businesses and Jewish organizations. Thousands...

Beth El Congregation To Dedicate New Shulchan

Beth El Congregation of Baltimore is getting a big change to its sanctuary. After 61 years of use, the Conservative synagogue is retiring its shulchan...

Hadassah ‘Cell-A-Brates’ Advancements in Stem Cell Research

Hadassah Greater Baltimore is raising money for a good cause with a night of fun and magic. The Jewish women’s organization’s annual Cell-a-Brate: The...

Pearlstone Retreat Teaches Orthodox Parents About LGBTQ Allyship

Coming out as part of the LGBTQ community can be an isolating experience, and this can be especially true for people involved with more...
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Program Brings Oct. 7 Survivor to Baltimore to Share Personal Story

Emotions ran high in a room at Chizuk Amuno Congregation in Pikesville on March 28, as an estimated 150 people heard testimony from a...