Cross-posted from eJewishPhilanthropy. This article is co-authored by Rachel Levin of the Righteous Persons Foundation and Josh Miller of the Jim Joseph Foundation.
Back in 2010, when Facebook had but a meager 300 million users and the concepts of Google Plus and Pinterest were not yet on the horizon, there was a desire bubbling up within the Jewish community to capitalize on the new media and technological innovations happening across so many facets of our lives.
How could we channel all of these new platforms to strengthen innovation within the Jewish community? How could these tools enable Jewish communities spread all over the world to reach, teach, learn, create and affiliate in unprecedented ways? Read More »