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 FALL ISSUE 2003  SUBSCRIBE

Contributors

Jewish Women International sincerely thanks the following donors, who contributed individual gifts of $1,000 or more between May 17 and July 15, 2003. Please call JWI at 800-343-2823 to make additions or corrections.

Corporations and Foundations
Aaron and Marie Blackman Foundation
Altria Group, Inc.
Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Services
The Howard and Leslie Schultz Family Foundation
Joan S. Beren Foundation
Louis and Anita Perlman Foundation
The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore
United Jewish Communities

Individuals
Sylvia Blajwas
Annora Gilman
Lotte Keller
Ruth H. Ogulnick
Jeanne Phillips
Gail W. Rubinson
Aaron B. Schofield
Marilyn Shaw
Diane Wohl

Bequests
Israel Brendzel
Shirley Chazon
Ruth Rothenberg



A Call to Action: Answered

It was a rare picture of Jewish solidarity at the first-ever international conference on domestic abuse in the Jewish community, July 20–22 in Baltimore, Md.


Assessing the Needs of Abused Women

For years, the deafening silence about abuse in the Jewish community has kept many women isolated in their pain. As part of its ongoing campaign to end this isolation, JWI is undertaking a National Needs Assessment on Domestic Violence in the Jewish Community.


RTC 60th-Birthday Parties—The Hottest Invitation in Town!

Chapters throughout the country have been hosting parties in honor of the 60th birthday of JWI’s Residential Treatment Center (RTC).


Image credit: ©Anne Frank Fonds, Basel, Switzerland Anne Frank and the Dangers of Intolerance

Prejudice and intolerance are often a prelude to violence, especially among young people. That’s why JWI has joined forces with Westfield Shoppingtown Montgomery to bring “Anne Frank: A History for Today” to Montgomery Mall, Bethesda, Md.


PAS Planned for Four Cities

As a 15-year-old eleventh-grader in 1957, Terrence Roberts was one of the nine black students who integrated Little Rock's public high school, a milestone of the civil rights movement.




JWI Making a Difference Locally

Between 400 and 500 runners from throughout the Southeast are expected for the fifth annual “Run for the Children” September 21 in Savannah, Ga.


Grace Day: Leading the Way

Grace Day is living proof that women can have it all. A wife and lawyer for 53 years, a mother and activist for almost as long, this past international president of B'nai B'rith Women, JWI's predecessor, has created and navigated a busy life with—what else?—true grace.


Fund-Raising Thank-You

Jewish Women International wishes to thank the women of every chapter who worked so tirelessly this past year to help sustain and support the incredible work accomplished by JWI.


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