Madison Jackson served as an intern for the JPC in 2017. She attended Binghamton University in upstate New York where she double majored in English and Judaic Studies and minored in History. Madison is originally from Cleveland, Ohio. She was an active member of Hillel at Binghamton, a Senior Consultant in the Binghamton Public Speaking Lab and a tutor for the Binghamton Writing Center. Additionally, she served as a virtual intern for Paideia – The European Institute for Jewish Studies in Sweden, and, in summer 2016 she was an editorial intern for the Cleveland Jewish News. Madison is an alumna of the Szarvas International Jewish youth camp in Hungary and Camp Ramah in Canada.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro plans to hold a vote on July 30, to create a legislative super-body, an action that would rewrite the constitution and eliminate state institutions.The opposition held a symbolic referendum to give voters a chance to reject Maduro’s plan to rewrite the constitution. Early this week as part of a rush of […]
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with recently elected French President Emmanuel Macron for the first time during a five day trip to Europe earlier this week. The Israeli Prime Minister also attended a series of meetings with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and other European leaders as they deepened economic cooperation with the Jewish […]
UNESCO, the United Nation’s Educational, Social and Cultural Organization, designated Hebron’s Old City and the Tomb of the Patriarchs in the West Bank (Judea and Samaria) as a Palestinian World Heritage site on July 7. At the same time, a committee of the U.N. cultural agency passed a resolution which put Hebron on a list […]