Atlanta's Newest Building is Named in Memory of its Founder

Atlanta's Newest Building is Named in Memory of its Founder

The event brought a measure of consolation and optimism to the 800 people who came to celebrate the grand opening of Rashi’s Campus, the magnificent new Chabad center named in Rashi Minkowicz's memory. Five years after her tragic passing, Rashi’s vitality is missed. But her energy continues to inspire.

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Chabad Center of Sudbury to host Yosef Mendelevich

March 18, 2019

Jewish Chronicle

The people trying to rescue 1.2 million tonnes of lost food

March 18, 2019

The Signal

Jewish community celebrates Purim at Hart Park

March 17, 2019

Jewish Link

Get Ready for the Reimagined Lubavitch Center

March 14, 2019

Atlanta Jewish Times

Community Walk Celebrates Friendship

March 13, 2019

Atlanta Jewish Times

History by a Jew? Learn Something New

March 13, 2019

Daily Herald

There's a little magic in Purim celebration

March 13, 2019

Atlanta Coworking Space By Day, Addiction Recovery At Night

Awareness about mental illness and addiction has grown in the Jewish community, but there is yet stigma associated with these issues. Jeff’s Place, a cafe and coworking space that hosts support groups and twelve-step meetings after hours, newly opened by Chabad Intown in Atlanta, hopes to change that.

Mussi Sharfstein | News | Wednesday, February 13

New Book Celebrates Women

Tapping into the current public focus on women’s empowerment, Boca Beach Chabad in Florida launched a new platform where women’s life journeys, stories, and lessons are celebrated, shared, and given over to the next generation. The Women of Valor project includes a website for publishing these stories, events to highlight individual women’s achievements, and, the crown jewel, a Women of Valor Tribute coffee-table book for the preservation of these stories.

Mussi Sharfstein | News | Tuesday, February 12

Shabbat of Inclusion to be Celebrated on Six Continents

This weekend hundreds of communities around the world will celebrate a global Shabbat of disability-inclusion and mental-health awareness. Dubbed ‘ShabbaTTogether,’ it is set for the second weekend of February, the designated Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month, or JDAIM for short.

Ashira Weiss | News | Thursday, February 7

A Magnet for Millenials: Chabad Builds on Atlanta's Beltline

“The growth of Intown Atlanta points to the need for a reimagined urban Jewish community center,” says Rabbi Eliyahu Schusterman, who, together with his wife, Dena, founded Chabad Intown in 1997 and built it into a thriving Jewish center.

Tzipora Reitman | News | Thursday, February 7

Families of Parkland Victims Mark Anniversary in Quiet Service

Memorial services were held this week at the Star of David Cemetery in North Lauderdale, Florida and at Chabad of Parkland for some of the Jewish victims of the Parkland school shooting.

Ashira Weiss | News | Wednesday, February 6

For Pittsburgh, New Jersey Kids Design Mezuzah Cases

In the days after the tragic synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, an email from a Chabad rabbi in Pennsylvania helped a New Jersey teacher channel her students’ concerns.

Ashira Weiss | News | Tuesday, February 5

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