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Rhode Island Hadassah is part of Western New England Hadassah, which in turn, is part of New England Hadassah.  Contact newengland@hadassah.org, call 781-455-9055 for information; visit our Regional News and Events webpage

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Be sure to check the Featured Pages box where important chapter news and events are listed. Check back often for updates as our officers are planning exciting and informative programs.

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  • 2014 Book Selections
  • Book Selections for 2014

    Usually first Mondays of each month 

    7:00PM at Books on the Square 

National News

  • Educational Conference in Israel Marks World Down Syndrome Day
  • As part of World Down Syndrome Day, about 100 people participated in a conference at Hadassah Hospital-Mount Scopus on April 6, 2014, affording families of patients with Down syndrome from all over Israel an opportunity to meet with eminent specialists.
  • Support Fair Pay for Women & Families
  • Women make 77 cents to a man’s dollar and a single mother of two working full-time at minimum-wage is living nearly $4,000 below the federal poverty line. America’s women and families are worth more and they deserve better!
  • Building Bridges to Peace through Medicine
  • The rationale for the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel is based on generalities—many of them uninformed—about how different populations live, work, study, and co-exist in the region.


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