(New York, N.Y.)— Is your dog meshugena or a mensch? Find this out on May 20 when the Workmen’s Circle presents Yiddish for Dogs, where you’ll learn how to communicate with your canines in Yiddish. What’s more New York than that?! “We are always looking for new programs to connect people with Jewish culture in fun and unusual ways,” says Ann Toback, the Executive Director of the Workmen’s Circle. “We’re showing that Yiddish is accessible, vibrant, fun, and a part of all our lives as New Yorkers.
Most speakers called on the Borough President to vote no to the proposed Inwood rezoning, saying it would exacerbate displacement and tax local infrastructure.
‘The City Council has a real opportunity here to hold developers to a higher standard.’
Age discrimination complaints are hard to litigate. So older workers in New York City and elsewhere are turning from the court of law to that of public opinion to press their case for respect.