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.
U.S. marshals arrested two Turkish men who live in the United States on Wednesday morning. Sinan Narin of Virginia and Eyup Yildirim of New Jersey took part in a violent attack outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence during President Erdogan’s visit to Washington D.C. on May 16. Narin has been charged with felony assault, and Yildirim […]
Twin attacks on the Iranian parliament in Tehran and across town at Ayatollah Khomeini’s mausoleum claimed the lives of at least 12 people and injured 42 others on Wednesday. Four gunmen dressed as women stormed the parliament building with an ensuing standoff lasting over five hours; one suicide bomber set off an explosive device in […]