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Elon Musk Visits Auschwitz after Uproar over Antisemitic Messages on X

Elon Musk, who has been accused of allowing antisemitic messages on his social media platform, X, visited the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp on Monday.

FāVS Religion News Roundup: Oct. 26

Read about the We Believe We Vote and its goals, "Disobedient Women," upcoming event with a Holocaust survivor, future of climate education and FāVS' big mission.

The Hamas Attack on Israel: A Reaction and How You Can Help

On Shabbat and during a Jewish holiday, Hamas attacked — brutally killing hundreds and kidnapping families from their homes.

How King Charles III Became a Royal Mensch

I admit it. I have a thing for the royals. Which means the following: There was a time (I am not kidding you) when I could have named all the kings and queens of England in order. And, yes, it also means I tuned in to the coronation of King Charles III.

Like Carla Peperzak, Let’s Sacrifice Our Comfort to Talk about Past and Present Injustices

When we grow up, we want to be like Carla Peperzak. That was how my wife and I felt after our three-hour lunch and visit with Peperzak in her home at Rockwood Retirement Communities. At 99 years old, she is mentally and physically much younger. Her passion for teaching children about the horrors of the Holocaust is keen and always eager.

Irving, Ye and Growing Anti-Semitism

I have never seen anything like our current anti-Semitic climate. Jews understand this dynamic in the same way Black Americans understand racism in ways white Americans cannot. We know the dog whistles, the coded language that anti-Semites use to signal their hate.

Greater Gonzaga Guild welcomes Clarice Wilsey on Sept. 30 speaking on The Holocaust   

On Friday, Sept. 30, Clarice Wilsey will share the inspiring story of her late father, who was a liberator of and physician for the people of Dachau Concentration Camp.   

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