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October 29, 2014

By: Marina Moldavanskaya Baltimore-Odessa Partnership Coordinator The whole city of Odessa is preparing for the coming winter. Although winter is always a challenging time in the region, the current situation in Ukraine is creating the need for increased preparations across the entire population. The Ukrainian government has stated that the gas supply this winter will CONTINUE »

July 22, 2014

By Amian Kelemer (as read at Baltimore’s Gathering for Solidarity on July 21, 2014) I am a lot of things. Daughter, sister, wife, mother. Teacher, colleague, friend… The one thing I am that has changed me at my core more than almost anything else is being a soldier mom. And once you are a soldier CONTINUE »

July 17, 2014

By: Jill Max, Chair, The Associated’s Israel Engagement Center I hate the circus. The primary reason for these feelings stems from my childhood and my family’s requisite annual pilgrimage to Madison Square Garden to witness the “greatest show on Earth.” The smell of the menagerie was bad enough, but it was the clowns that really CONTINUE »

July 15, 2014

By Jill Max, Chair, The Associated’s Israel Engagement Center Last night, I walked to the beautiful Tel Aviv port (don’t worry, there are plenty of places along the way to duck and cover) and had dinner with two Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI) staff members and four young adults from Baltimore who are participating in CONTINUE »