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One Year In: How Editors Covered the Jewish World During the Pandemic

Hosted By: Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Join 70 Faces Media for a week of special reflections and conversations to mark “one year in” to our collective pandemic experience in the U.S.

Today’s event: Meet the editors behind all of 70 Faces Media’s publications — JTA, My Jewish Learning, Kveller, Alma, The Nosher, and the New York Jewish Week — to learn how they created and edited the stories that impacted the Jewish community throughout the year.

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Friday, March 5: Stress-busters for Parents: A Guided Jewish Meditation
Join Rabbi Danielle Upbin for a short relaxation experience, with tips for steeling yourself for the still-difficult months ahead. Open to parents and everyone else who needs it!

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Jewish Telegraphic Agency

The Jewish Telegraphic Agency is the definitive, trusted global source of news and analysis on issues of Jewish interest and concern.  Our reporting reflects the wide spectrum of religious, political and cultural identity that exists among Jews today. With correspondents in New York, Washington, Israel, Europe and cities around the globe, JTA provides extensive coverage of political, economic and social developments affecting Jews all over the world. JTA reporting also shines a spotlight on the cultural happenings, influential thinkers and leaders and milestone events defining the Jewish experience today.
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