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  • Hanukkah Lighting on Boathouse Row

    The Mayor's Office of Public Engagement hosted their Hanukkah lighting on Zoom and shared it via Facebook Live.
  • Business Responses to Simchas Affected by COVID-19

    These items show how businesses provided special offers to those whose Simchas were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Shavuot and COVID-19

    These items show how Jewish businesses adapted their practices and offerings in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Donation Requests Due to COVID-19

    These items show how organizations have reached out to their communities to request donations to fill needs during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Jewish Businesses and Religious Holidays

    These items show how Jewish businesses adapted their offerings for the high holy days in light of the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Face Masks from Jewish Businesses

    These items show how some Jewish businesses responded by producing face masks
  • Jewish Businesses and COVID-19 Adaptations

    These adaptations include curbside pickup, online ordering, and shifting to online platforms.
  • Entities Promoting Spiritual Remedies For Corona

    These items provide examples of how Jewish businesses have created products aimed at health and wellness during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Annette Betz, Jennifer Barnes (The Medallion) — Interview, Houston Jewish History Archive

    In this discussion with the executive staff at a Houston senior care facility, they describe how they cared for residents in the first month of the pandemic, including how they observed Passover.
  • Printed machzorim for rk and yk

    I have machzorim printed from my shul. We davened at Tavern on the Green's outside patio.
  • Minecraft Mania: Yeshiva University

    Yeshiva University student Betzalel Shapiro recreated YU campus on Minecraft as part of an initiative launched by Hillel, a Jewish student organization, to help students handle isolation and idleness caused by COVID-19.
  • JIMENA and COVID-19

    These items show how JIMENA updated its offerings in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Association of Jewish Camp Operators vs. Andrew M. Cuomo

    In this decision from the United States District Court (Northern District of New York), the court denied the Association of Jewish Camp Operators' request for a preliminary injunction that would have allowed for the opening of Jewish overnight summer camps. The request was denied on the basis that opening overnight camps was not in the public interest of stopping the spread of COVID-19. The court also rejected the Plaintiffs' argument that the Defendants were not infringing on their First Amendment rights.
  • Looking Forward to Summer 2021

    This statement from Camp Dora Golding addresses the impact of COVID-19 on their summer 2020 camp season and looks forward to the 2021 season.
  • Alleged Coronavirus Violations and Jewish Summer Camps

    These articles discuss the potential role of Jewish summer camps in some COVID-19 outbreaks
  • Project Community | Summer 2020 Updates

    These items come from Project Community, a summer program developed by the Orthodox Union, details their response to COVID-19 and its impact on the summer camp season.
  • Camp Shoshanim | Summer 2020 Updates

    Shoshanim closed for the summer 2020 season and offered a virtual Shabbat.
  • Camp Stone | Summer 2020

    This collection of items shows how Camp Stone has conducted its summer 2020 camp season
  • Shoresh Sports Camp

    These items show how COVID-19 impacted the Shoresh Sports Camp and its community.
  • Nageela West

    These newsletters from Nageela West represent the way they've adapted some of their offerings due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Camp Moshava Ennismore | Summer 2020

    This collection of items show how Camp Moshava adapted its summer 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic by offering online experiences for campers.
  • Joe Buchanan - Interview with the Houston Jewish History Archive at Rice University

    In this interview from May 2020, Joe describes his Texas childhood, his journey to Judaism as an adult, and life as a performer during the coronavirus pandemic. He also performs four songs. In the final segment of the interview, he discusses what it’s like to not be able to perform for live audiences, and how he has adapted to offering religious services on Facebook and Zoom.
  • Orthodox Union Kosher Food Lifeline

    This collection of emails and webpages from OU Kosher Food Lifeline provide resources for members of the Jewish community looking to find kosher foods and products during the COVID-19 pandemic, especially during Pesach.
  • Butterflake Bakery

    These e-newsletters from Butterflake Bakery to their customers provide details about COVID-19 related changes, including online ordering, curbside pickup, and delivery.
  • High Holidays 2020 at Congregation Beth Hatikvah, Summit, NJ

    Two photos of the Sanctuary-turned-into-a TV Production Studio Two photos of our Shofar service in our parking lot (our only in-person experience) One photo of the Zoom experience of the Torah Service. The Torah Reader used a virtual laser pointer so the congregation could follow along as he was reading. One video of our teens playing Oseh Shalom with string instruments with our volunteer Singers joining in later in the number. One Word document with the description of our High Holiday planning.