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As Election Day 2020 approaches, let's not take our democracy for granted.

Wednesday, Sep 23 2020

"How do we not take democracy for granted? By getting out the vote in November's general election and all other elections. By making sure that we, as Americans, each vote, and by helping others ensure their votes are counted as well. In fact, we should view voting not as a right, but as a moral and civic obligation." Read this powerful article on the importance of voting from Hadassah Executive Director/CEO Janice Weinman, of particular urgency as Election Day 2020 approaches.

Hadassah's commitment to civic engagement takes on even greater resonance as we mourn the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. We can honor Justice Ginsburg’s legacy as a champion of justice and equality by joining a national movement to get out the women’s vote through #HadassahVotes. Find out how you can participate below and other ways you can engage with our Hadassah community.


Advances in Women’s Health 2020

Important medical update: For October's observance of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Hadassah Physicians Council presents Advances in Women’s Health 2020. Featuring an esteemed panel of experts, this will be a detailed look at women’s cancer screening, diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. Wednesday, October 14, 8:00 pm EDT.

Jerusalem’s Deputy Mayor, Fleur Hassan-Nahoum Hear from Jerusalem’s Deputy Mayor: Our monthly Zionist series presents an interview with Jerusalem’s Deputy Mayor, Fleur Hassan-Nahoum, moderated by Hadassah’s National President, Rhoda Smolow, a virtual event you will not want to miss. Thursday, October 15, 3:00 pm EDT.

One Book, One Hadassah One Book, One Hadassah: Hadassah Magazine and Membership present the next national book club event — an interview with R.L. Maizes, author of the widely acclaimed Other People’s Pets, a touching and imaginative debut novel about the bonds of love and obligation between generations. Thursday, October 22, 7:00 pm EDT.

  • #HadassahVotes 2020: Yesterday was National Voter Registration Day! Sign up for the Hadassah Voting Team and make a plan to cast your ballot – earning points every step of the way. Compete and engage online to make the whole voting process easier. Learn more at Hadassah.org/Vote2020
  • An inspiring story from Israel: Listen to the new episode of The Branch podcast, "The Artists," telling the incredible story of an Arab and Jewish Israeli artist duo who began collaborating on art exhibits nearly two decades ago. Hear about how their friendship and powerful new exhibit are helping bring Jews and Arabs together.

Apple Cinnamon Noodle KugelCooking with Hadassah Magazine: Perfect for your Yom Kippur break fast, here is Jessica Halfin's recreation of her Great-Grandmother Gertrude's legendary chocolate chip sour cream cake and apple and cinnamon sweet noodle kugel.

In case you missed it

Cooking Demonstration and Interview with Adeena Sussman
Cooking demonstration and interview with Adeena Sussman
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Webinar: Medical Marijuana: Highs & Lows, Smoke & Mirrors
Webinar: Medical Marijuana: Highs & Lows, Smoke & Mirrors.

Ongoing weekly series:

Conversational Hebrew: Classes resume with a new instructor starting 10/5. Join us for a special class whose theme is Sukkot. Hebrew is on Mondays with Beginner's Level, at 3:00 pm EDT, and Intermediate Level, at 4:00 pm EDT.

Resilience & Relaxation with Rebecca: Tuesdays at 4:00 pm EDT.

For past programs see our last Hadassah@home email or our Member Engagement page.

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