KMR celebrated Global Shabbat with their international friends by learning about how Jews celebrate Shabbat in different parts of the world.
Due to COVID-19, we had to have virtual conventions. Here are my opinions, a pros and cons list, and my thoughts on conventions in general.
Imagine living in a country where everything is controlled by a dictator in a disguise and knowing since you were younger, that if you don’t move away you’ll hardly be able to build a good life for yourself.
Parshat Bo follows the plagues unleashed in Egypt, and how they could have been avoided all together if Pharaoh had freed the Israelites instead of feeding his own self-interest. If we all make small changes to benefit others instead of ourselves, we can make a big difference in our quality of life and the world as a whole.
How I started my BBYO journey, and how I am working my way to my own success.
Have you ever wondered what Jewish food represents you the most? Find out here!
What better way to celebrate the successful year each region has had than applying for International Awards.
Here’s a list of songs that are different from the norm.
See how my heart and home, Ohavim BBG from Eastern: North Carolina Council, achieved a huge membership milestone with creative MIT asks!
This week's parsha is when Moses learns he must act as a messenger for G-d, to get the Israelites out of Egypt. He does not initially view himself as a leader, but he learns that G-d will support him and everyone who puts in work and effort. This applies to issues we are facing now such as racism and anti-Semitism, because we have an obligation to help as Jews and as messengers.
Do you have what it takes to start a podcast?
Everything we can unpack and lessons we can take from the brand new sequel "Borat Subsequent Movie Film."
It's important to know and understand the history and meaning of messages that you are wearing.
This week's Parsha focuses on the gift of life, and how we can make 2021 a year of connection and kindness. We can always improve on our own lives, and better the lives of others around us.
Change can be a scary thing, however, like any fear, we must conquer and overcome it.
If you are a coffee lover and happen to come to Buenos Aires, you won't want to miss my three favorite spots in the city.
Israeli companies are creating important innovations for improving safety, the environment, and sustainability.
I have never felt “Jewish enough,” and plenty of people deal with the same struggle, but you are always enough.
How being an active BBG has made me realize my self-worth and changed my perspective.
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