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News & Notes

June 24, 2020, Wilmington, DE – Yesterday, shortly before 7PM, the Delaware Senate unanimously passed HB318 – Holocaust Education Bill, making Delaware the 13th State to approve similar legislation.

"June 9, 2020, Wilmington, DE – In March, Jewish Federation of Delaware received four awards in the annual Delaware Press Association’s Professional Communications Contest with three submissions earning first-place recognition and one submission receiving honorable mention. Judged by out-of-state communications professionals to ensure impartiality, the contest encourages and recognizes excellence in communication and inspires all contestants to strive for their personal best in this competitive and rewarding field. First-place winners move on to the national competition, hosted by the National Federation of Press Women."

"June 1, 2020 – Jewish Federation of Delaware denounces the tragic death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 25, at the hands of police officers while he was handcuffed and helpless on the ground, pleading for his life. This death is yet another in a disturbingly long list of similar incidents and inexcusable injustices that have been perpetrated against African Americans across the United States. We call on people of all races, ethnic backgrounds and faiths to speak up now against the systemic racism that is a long-standing disgrace, for which we all share responsibility.."

"Thursday evening, May 28, welcomes the Jewish festival of Shavuot, which celebrates the giving of the 10 Commandments on Mount Sinai. Customarily, Jews stay up all night studying the Torah. Living in this time of isolation, members of the Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and Reconstructing Judaism groups will be teaching via Zoom.."