Kinus 2022: A Walk of Discovery “Leave your land, your place of origin, your father’s house, to the land…
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“In Israel, in order to be a realist, you must believe in miracles.” – Prime Minister David Ben Gurion …
Written by Natalia Ginzburg, Caro Michele (1973) deals with the impact of political issues on the characters’ private lives….
What for nine months was a project conceived within the Congregação Israelita Paulista (CIP), today is a reality. The Jewish Academy was born with a proposal for continuing education unprecedented in Brazil.
Have you ever wondered how a community initiative comes about? The answer to this question opens up an almost infinite range of possibilities, as many as we can think of.
In most countries of the world, there is a day to celebrate Mother’s Day, another for Father’s Day and a third, Children’s Day. In Israel we do not have these commemorative dates individually; we have a special day called “Family Day” – “Yom HaMishpacha”.
The Jewish Museum of São Paulo (MUJ), a space that was inaugurated after twenty years of planning, is the result of a mobilization of civil society. In addition to four exhibition floors, visitors also have access to a library with more than a thousand books for consultation and a coffee shop that will serve Jewish meals.
In response to preserving the memory of an almost century-old community, the project of telling the story of an institution to new generations arose. We immersed ourselves for eight years in the search for information about German-Jewish immigration to Rio Grande do Sul.
Tu BiShvat is another opportunity to delve deeply into ourselves in search of answers to the questions: What are we leaving as a legacy to repair the world? Which human beings do we want to leave as an example of an evolving species for future generations?