Links to Our Community
America Jewish Congress (AJCongress)
B’nai Brith Youth (BBYO)
Jewish National Fund (JNF)
Follow Screenings of “Joachim Prinz: I Shall Not Be Silent” on Facebook Watch a trailer of the film here:.
Jewish Family Service of MetroWest
New Jersey Jewish News NJJN
- Article by Robert Wiener regarding film about Rabbi Joachim Prinz
- Morning prayers today in home of yesterday, by Johanna Ginsberg, NJJN
- Temple to host Kenyan gay rights activist by Robert Wiener, New Jersey Jewish News Staff Writer
- College honors the Legacies of Prinz and Price by Robert Wiener NJJN Staff Writer February 18, 2015
- ‘Smart’ technology makes firearms safer, Op-Ed, NJJN by Rabbi Dantowitz, June 3, 2015
Jewish Telegraphic Agency JTA
Tablet Magazine-article by Professor Allan Nadler about Rabbi Joachim Prinz
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Essex, Union & Hudson Counties
Newark Emergency Services for Families
Runway of Dreams: The Authority on Adapting Mainstream Clothing, TBA Member Mindy Scheier, Founder Runway of Dreams
Township of Livingston
Township of Millburn/Short Hills
Township of West Orange
On- Line Media
Livingston Navigator– West Essex Tribune
The Livingston Patch
The Alternative Press
Maplewood Online Calendar
Temple B’nai Abraham Honored by NAACP
The Oranges & Maplewood Unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) will host its 104th Annual Freedom Fund Gala on Sunday, April 30, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Atrium Country Club, located at 609 Eagle Rock Avenue in West Orange.
This year’s theme, “We Will be Successful in our Pursuits Because our Ancestors Endured,” speaks to the104-year legacy of service and achievement of the oldest branch in the Garden State and fifth-oldest branch in the nation. A roster of corporate, business, civic, ecumenical and educational leaders will be honored for their exemplary career achievements and contributions.
The honorees of distinction include: Judge Theodore Stephens, Essex County Surrogate, Gail Velox, President, Orange Education Foundation, Maurice and Daneen Cooper of The Jaguar Track Team, Elmwood United Presbyterian Church in partnership with Temple B’nai Abraham of Livingston, Sarah Jones, Manager of Government Affairs, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ and Dr. Kevin West, Superintendent, East Orange School District.
The keynote speaker is Ryan Haygood, Esq., President/CEO of the New Jersey Institute for Social Justice. The Oranges & Maplewood Unit of the NAACP represents 11 of the 22 communities in Essex County: Belleville, Bloomfield, The Oranges, Maplewood, Millburn, Livingston, Nutley and Verona.
Celebrate Israel Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ
Yom Ha’atzmaut Concert
Monday, May 1