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Clowning for a Higher Purpose

Virtual Bridge Allows Strangers in Mideast to Seem Less

In Defense of Wishful Thinking

From a New Generation of Artists, Vivid Canvases of Iraqís Pain

Mietek Pemper, 91, Camp Inmate Who Compiled Schindlerís List

Hiroshima: Ground Zero 1945

The Birth of Religion

Demjanjuk in Munich

The Geography of Hate in the US

The Problem With 'Evil'

The Thinking Personís Guide to the Holocaust

Dangerous Arts by Salmon Rushdie

Bloodlust: Why we should fear our neighbors more than strangers

Why Disasters Make the Vast Majority of Us Better People

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Legendary photojournalist Ruth Gruber recalls documenting the Holocaust

Qaddafi YouTube Spoof by Israeli Gets Arab Fans

Illustrious: Simms Taback, prolific children’s book author and illustrator and designer of the original McDonald’s Happy Meal, creates art that is kooky, zany, poignant, and seriously Jewish

The reason why Jews became intellectuals

Tullia Zevi's 'fruitful dialogue'

Maine Voices: Long Creek youth have opportunities to give back to community

Start-up continent

Merry Christmas From Jerusalem

100 Greatest Jewish Songs

Eastern Europe between Hitler & Stalin

Israeli Medical Device stars on TV's Glee

In Tapes, Nixon Rails About Jews and Blacks

Maker of ‘Shoah’ Stresses Its Lasting Value

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One lesson of the Carmel fire in Israel is that enlightened cooperation is possible in the tense Middle East. By Michael B. Oren, Israel's ambassador to the United States.

Navigating Past Nihilism

Facebook, Twitter and the Search for Peace in the Middle East

How Should We Teach Children About the Holocaust?

This Is Your Brain on Metaphors

Hitler Exhibit Explores a Wider Circle of Guilt
A show in Berlin focuses on the German society that nurtured and empowered the Nazi leader.

Jerusalem Post article and photos about Israeli Jets over Auschwitz

Partnership also sends Israeli artists to US

How to Deprogram Bullies: Teaching Kindness 101

The Art of Transhumanism

A peacemaking lesson from the people of Derry
Learning forgiveness from Bloody Sunday

Every Teacher a Peace Teacher

Indonesia's Artists vs. Muslim Extremists,8599,2001698,00.html?artId=2001698

Bassists Without Borders: Avant-garde jazz takes on the Middle East

Can You Teach Emotional Intelligence?

Portraits of Courage: Americans Who Tell the Truth

Do you know real hip-hop?

How Matisyahu's Hasidic Reggae Music Made Me Cry

More Than A Mantra: “We’re All in This Together”

Chosen: The toxin of anti-Semitism isn’t a threat only to Jews.

INSIDE / OUTSIDE: Art By Prison Inmates and Ex-offenders

Jaron Lanier’s Symphonic, Spiritual Genealogy

Buddha 2010: Contemporary Tibetan Art in New York
The show, which features nine Tibetan artists exploring socio-political, spiritual and cultural issues, brings to the fore a transformative artistic approach of integrating centuries-old traditions and techniques of constructing imagery of Tibetan Buddhist art, with living anthropologies, influences and media.

William Blake's America, 2010


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