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Hadassah Lieberman Interview Part Two – Video



Hadassah Lieberman Interview Part Two
Jewish Achievement reporter Kandie Stroud interviews Hadassah Lieberman, wife of Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Conn) and Global Ambassador of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure campaign on her Jewish heritage, the importance of Jewish American Heritage Month and her pride in American citizens from all walks of life coming together in support of the Jewish people for a bevy of reasons.From:JewishAchievementViews:165 0ratingsTime:04:42More inPeople Blogs

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5/22/10: White House Press Briefing – Video



5/22/10: White House Press Briefing
White House Press Briefings are conducted most weekdays from the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room in the West Wing.From:whitehouseViews:5849 29ratingsTime:54:50More inNews Politics

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Hadassah Lieberman Interview Part One – Video



Hadassah Lieberman Interview Part One
Jewish Achievement reporter Kandie Stroud interviews Hadassah Lieberman, wife of Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Conn) and Global Ambassador of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure campaign on her Jewish heritage, her parents struggle for survival during the Holocaust and how faith was an undying flame for the Jewish people amidst times of great persecution.From:JewishAchievementViews:275 4ratingsTime:09:32More inPeople Blogs

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Jewish Achievement Blog.com: Interview with Rep. Wasserman Shultz – Video



Jewish Achievement Blog.com: Interview with Rep. Wasserman Shultz
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz hopes that exhibits and events across the United States next month will demonstrate the significant part Jews have played throughout the last 350 years of America history. In an exclusive interview in her office with reporter Kandie Stroud, Wasserman Schultz, who helped create Jewish American Heritage month, said that education about Jewish contributions to US culture can help to counteract anti-semitism. She also spoke about her own childhood, how her parents encouraged her to be the best student she could be, the discrimination she faced in college, her dreams of a lifetime of service to humanity and her emphasis on the importance of education she teaches her own children.From:JewishAchievementViews:252 2ratingsTime:08:40More inPeople Blogs

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May Is Jewish American Heritage Month – Video



May Is Jewish American Heritage Month
Rabbi Hayyim J. Angel speaks about Jewish American Heritage Month from Congregation Shearith Israel-the first Jewish congregation of North America established in 1654. Learn more www.jahm.us.From:PrimetimeparentViews:244 2ratingsTime:03:23More inTravel Events

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Week in Review: April 23, 2010 – Video



Week in Review: April 23, 2010
newsdesk.tjctv.com Israel's birthday celebrated and Memorial Day observed, the launch of Jewish American Heritage Month and Orthodox rabbis confront “Rabba”.From:TheJewishChannelTJCViews:459 2ratingsTime:08:07More inNews Politics

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Cincinnati Celebrates Jewish American Heritage Month! – Video



Cincinnati Celebrates Jewish American Heritage Month!
By congressional resolution and presidential proclamation, May is Jewish American Heritage Month mdash;and Cincinnati is celebrating in a VERY BIG WAY! And why not? Cincinnati has always been one of this nation's most active and dynamic Jewish communities. Many local organizations are taking part in the commemoration by presenting a wide array of programs and activities throughout the month. Take a look!From:KamenCreativeViews:150 1ratingsTime:02:55More inEntertainment

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Rep. Wasserman Schultz Recognizes Jewish American Heritage Month 2009 – Video



Rep. Wasserman Schultz Recognizes Jewish American Heritage Month 2009
May is Jewish American Heritage Month. This month, Rep. Wasserman Schultz made a statement on the floor of the House of Representatives to recognize the contributions Jewish people have made to American History.From:RepWassermanSchultzViews:355 0ratingsTime:05:09More inNews Politics

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Are There Other Heritage Months in Celebrated in America – Video



Are There Other Heritage Months in Celebrated in America
January-None to date February-African American or Black History Month- www.africanamericanhistorymonth.gov Hindu Heritage Month- www.hinduheritage.org.au March National Womens History Month – Irish American Heritage Month www.irishamericanheritage.com April-None to date May-Asian Pacific American Heritage- Older Americans Month- Haitian American Heritage Month- www.hauinc.org Jewish American Heritage Month- jewishheritage.ujcweb.org June Gay Lesbian Pride Month- usgovinfo.about.com Caribbean American Heritage Month- www.caribbeanamericanmonth.org July-None to date August -None to date September-National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month- www.census.gov German American Heritage Month- Sep 15 to Oct 15. www.gacl.org October-National Disability Employment Awareness Month- www.umuc.edu National Italian American Heritage Month- www.italianheritagemonth.com Polish American Heritage Month- www.umuc.edu African American or Black History Month in Canada Other Sources: www.diversitycentral.com diversity.uchc.edu www.umuc.eduFrom:lovie2000Views:1485 15ratingsTime:07:01More inEducation

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Hadassah Lieberman Interview Part Two – Video




Hadassah Lieberman Interview Part Two Jewish Achievement reporter Kandie Stroud interviews Hadassah Lieberman, wife of Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Conn) and Global Ambassador of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure campaign on her Jewish heritage, the importance of Jewish American Heritage Month and her pride in American citizens from all walks of life coming together in support of the Jewish people for a bevy of reasons.From:JewishAchievementViews:165 0ratingsTime:04:42More inPeople Blogs

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5/22/10: White House Press Briefing – Video




5/22/10: White House Press Briefing White House Press Briefings are conducted most weekdays from the James S.

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Hadassah Lieberman Interview Part One – Video




Hadassah Lieberman Interview Part One Jewish Achievement reporter Kandie Stroud interviews Hadassah Lieberman, wife of Senator Joe Lieberman (I-Conn) and Global Ambassador of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure campaign on her Jewish heritage, her parents struggle for survival during the Holocaust and how faith was an undying flame for the Jewish people amidst times of great persecution.From:JewishAchievementViews:275 4ratingsTime:09:32More inPeople Blogs

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Jewish Achievement Blog.com: Interview with Rep. Wasserman Shultz – Video




Jewish Achievement Blog.com: Interview with Rep. Wasserman Shultz Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz hopes that exhibits and events across the United States next month will demonstrate the significant part Jews have played throughout the last 350 years of America history.

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May Is Jewish American Heritage Month – Video




May Is Jewish American Heritage Month Rabbi Hayyim J. Angel speaks about Jewish American Heritage Month from Congregation Shearith Israel-the first Jewish congregation of North America established in 1654.

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Week in Review: April 23, 2010 – Video




Week in Review: April 23, 2010 newsdesk.tjctv.com Israel's birthday celebrated and Memorial Day observed, the launch of Jewish American Heritage Month and Orthodox rabbis confront “Rabba”.From:TheJewishChannelTJCViews:459 2ratingsTime:08:07More inNews Politics

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Cincinnati Celebrates Jewish American Heritage Month! – Video




Cincinnati Celebrates Jewish American Heritage Month! By congressional resolution and presidential proclamation, May is Jewish American Heritage Month mdash;and Cincinnati is celebrating in a VERY BIG WAY! And why not? Cincinnati has always been one of this nation's most active and dynamic Jewish communities.

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Rep. Wasserman Schultz Recognizes Jewish American Heritage Month 2009 – Video




Rep. Wasserman Schultz Recognizes Jewish American Heritage Month 2009 May is Jewish American Heritage Month

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Are There Other Heritage Months in Celebrated in America – Video




Are There Other Heritage Months in Celebrated in America January-None to date February-African American or Black History Month- www.africanamericanhistorymonth.gov Hindu Heritage Month- www.hinduheritage.org.au March National Womens History Month – Irish American Heritage Month www.irishamericanheritage.com April-None to date May-Asian Pacific American Heritage- Older Americans Month- Haitian American Heritage Month- www.hauinc.org Jewish American Heritage Month- jewishheritage.ujcweb.org June Gay Lesbian Pride Month- usgovinfo.about.com Caribbean American Heritage Month- www.caribbeanamericanmonth.org July-None to date August -None to date September-National Hispanic-Latino Heritage Month- www.census.gov German American Heritage Month- Sep 15 to Oct 15. www.gacl.org October-National Disability Employment Awareness Month- www.umuc.edu National Italian American Heritage Month- www.italianheritagemonth.com Polish American Heritage Month- www.umuc.edu African American or Black History Month in Canada Other Sources: www.diversitycentral.com diversity.uchc.edu www.umuc.eduFrom:lovie2000Views:1485 15ratingsTime:07:01More inEducation

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