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The family finder: reuniting Shoah survivors with their long lost relatives Patricia Wilson helps Holocaust survivors find the family they lost. ‘When I find people; to see them putting their arms around each other after 60 years and cry and cry for all those wasted years.’ (Jewish Chronicle)
Meet the rabbas Thanks to an American yeshivah, Orthodox women can now study for rabbinic status. But what do they do when they graduate? (Jewish Chronicle)
Meet Flatbush Girl: frum, funny, feminist  Adina Miles is an Orthodox rebel, who speaks out about sexism in her community. (Jewish Chronicle)
Meet the women who want to save your life October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (Jewish Chronicle)
Meet the mums doing it on their own There’s a growing trend in Israel for women to choose to become single mothers. Now British Jewish women are being encouraged to do the same. (Jewish Chronicle)
New Nisa-Nashim Group Launches in Golders Green (Nisa-Nashim website)
The French Jews have landed (Jewish Renaissance)
A British Jew Mourns, Fears Brexit (The Forward)
Interview with Jerry Springer (Jewish Renaissance)
Creativity blooms at world’s first art kibbutz (Jewish Renaissance)
Frédéric Brenner: Israel under the lens (Jewish Renaissance)
Too Close for Comfort in Nairobi (New York Jewish Week)
Is American Jewish Culture in Crisis? (Jewish Renaissance)
Strip Tease: YU Museum’s ‘Graphic Details’ exhibit spotlights feminist and edgy Jewish comics (New  York Jewish Week)
British Jewish Culture Surging Into The Mainstream – includes interview with Booker Prize winner, novelist Howard Jacobson (New York Jewish Week)
American rabbis call for gay acceptance (Jewish Chronicle)
New York Chasidic rebels learn to be secular (Jewish Chronicle)
Darts players target pubs as sport wanes (Reuters UK)
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