JSPA Conference

At annual JSPA conference, speakers describe where journalism meets Judaism

At annual JSPA conference, speakers describe where journalism meets Judaism

January 23

Award-winning Wall Street Journal reporter Gregory...

‘Woman in Gold’ attorney, top Wall Street Journal reporter to be keynote speakers at 2017 JSPA conference

‘Woman in Gold’ attorney, top Wall Street Journal reporter to be keynote speakers at 2017 JSPA conference

January 2

E. Randol Schoenberg, the attorney who won the first...

2017 Conference Registration Form

December 15

        DEADLINE IS JANUARY 4, 2017 INSTRUCTI...

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Contests

Announcing the 2017 Annual Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards

Announcing the 2017 Annual Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards

The Jewish Scholastic Press Association announces the fourth annual Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards, to be presented Jan. 7, 2017, at the organization’s annual Conference and Shabbaton in Los Angeles...

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2017 Jewish Scholastic Journalism Awards Story Entry Form and Payment Worksheet

December 4

Students from Memphis, Los Angeles, Florida and New  York win 3rd annual Jewish journalism contest for students

Students from Memphis, Los Angeles, Florida and New York win 3rd annual Jewish journalism contest for students

March 1

FIRST PRIZE WINNER: A Jew Is A Jew

FIRST PRIZE WINNER: A Jew Is A Jew

March 1

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High School Opinion

FIRST PRIZE WINNER: A Jew Is A Jew

FIRST PRIZE WINNER: A Jew Is A Jew

Rafi Margolies, Cooper Yeshiva High School for Boys, Memphis

A Jew is a Jew. No matter his or her faith, no matter his or her background, no matter his or her status; someone who has a Jewish mother is a full-fledged Jew (even Mel Brooks). Just because I don't have the same beliefs...

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  • The Heart of America October 7
  • Betty Friedan, the feminist and activist: A woman with a pen and a will to change the world October 13
  • Confessions of a Young Jewish Feminist: My Experience with Women of the Wall December 21

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