Join The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, National Museum of American Jewish Military History, and the Greater Washington Jewish community for the 5th Annual… Read More »Grand Slam Sunday: Jewish Community Day at Nationals Park
Beginning at age 13, TM Garret became attracted to White Nationalist groups. He joined the White Supremacist movement and founded a series of skinhead bands… Read More »August 6, 2019, 7:00 – Erasing the Hate – TM Garret
Join us for a Shabbat service led by Shel West to kick off Dupont-Kalorama Museums Walk Weekend. After services, explore the great museums in the… Read More »Shabbat Service Kickoff for Dupont-Kalorama Museums Walk Weekend – Saturday, June 1st 10:00 am
Stretch your legs and your mind during the 36th Annual Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk (June 1 and 2, 2018). Five diverse museums will open their doors free of charge for… Read More »Annual Dupont Kalorama Museum Walk Weekend, June 1-2, 2019
The National Museum of American Jewish Military History, Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. and 6th & I Historic Synagogue will hold the Annual National… Read More »Annual Memorial Day Shabbat at Sixth and I Historic Synagogue – May 24th
The Ghost Army was a unique unit that used inflatable tanks, sound effects, and imagination to fool the Germans on the battlefields of Europe. The… Read More »The Ghost Army of World War II – Tuesday, May 14th, 7:00pm
Jessica Cooperman joins us to discuss her new book Making Judaism Safe for America: World War I and the Origins of Religious Pluralism. Program is co-sponsored… Read More »Making Judaism Safe for America – Sunday, March 24th, 1:00pm
When night came, they crawled unknowingly into the center of a German camp, where they lay for three hours undetected. Finally discovered, they made a dash to escape. In order to protect the officer, Private Herschkowitz deliberately drew the enemy fire to himself, allowing the officer to escape. Private Herschkowitz succeeded in getting through and delivering his message the next morning.