Past Recipients | 1993
American Friends of Melitz, Southfield, IL. Numbers 2000.
To expand in North America a project offering Jewish teenagers an educational framework to explore and document their family history through research and a software data entry application. Project Director: Sally Krugel; $90,000 (3 years).
Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life, Washington, DC. Campus Leadership Initiative.
To create a program of outreach to Jewish campus leaders to strengthen their understanding of how their Jewish identity informs their activism and leadership. Project Director: Jay Rubin; $80,000 (2 years).
Facing History and Ourselves, Brookline, MA. Warsaw Ghetto Curriculum.
The implementation of a program designed for Jewish day and supplementary schools to challenge students to empathize with the dilemmas that Jews faced during the Holocaust. Project Director: Jan Darsa; $116,550 (1 year).
Jewish Community Centers of Chicago, Skokie, IL. Shalom Sunday: The Family School.
The publication of an educational program for Jews from the former Soviet Union, and an institute to train professionals in using the program. Project Director: Rabbi Yehiel Poupko; $94,200 (2 years).
Lilith Publications, New York, NY. Beyond ‘Women of Valor’: Innovative Jewish Education for Women and Girls.
The development of special reports on innovations in Jewish education for publication in Lilith Magazine over a period of one year. Project Director: Susan Weidman Schneider; $20,000 (1 year).
National Foundation for Jewish Culture, New York, NY. The Hating Pot.
For Ms. Elizabeth Swados to create a performance piece (and video) exploring racism and anti-Semitism for a multi-ethnic cast of young New Yorkers. Project Director: Elizabeth Swados; $142,600 (2 years).