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YMHA

abbr.
Young Men's Hebrew Association
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YMHA

abbreviation for
(Judaism) Young Men's Hebrew Association
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YMHA

or Y.M.H.A.,

Young Men's Hebrew Association.
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After the formation of the YMHA, it recruited two rabbis to assist it with the Sabbath observance effort.
Thus, a decision to provide a job creation grant to an organization such as the YMHA should not be construed, without other evidence, as an intention to remove provincial labour law jurisdiction over the project.
For example, The Tablet, a Jewish publication, invited me to comment about Alice Walker'sgeneralizations about Israel, which led to disturbances during herappearance at the YMHA. Instead, I took the opportunity to encouragefilmmakers like Steven Spielberg, David Simon, and David Mamet,who've volunteered to referee conflicts between black men andwomen for profit, to make films about the historic conflicts betweenJewish men and women and to shed light on the treatment of Jewish womenin the United States and Israel, a problem that feminists, writing inthe Jewish feminist magazine, Lilith, claim, has been covered up.
Waiting for Ostrover's performance to begin at the 92nd Street Y, Edelshtein observes his companions and reflects upon his own lecture engagements at other YMHA's in New York suburbs, where the platforms are tiny, the lecterns too tall, and his recitations to elderly audiences are sad:
Jerome Hyman, a camp director for two years starting in 1927, "alluded to these urban conditions," wrote Paris, "when he characterized his campers, most of whom came from low-income immigrant families, as having been 'rescued from the rough thoroughfares of city life and tucked away in the haven of rest,'" which was Camp Lehman, established by the YMHA in 1916 (p.
This essay considers the gendered dimensions of this conflict, as well-established women's groups struggled to repel the advances of the perennially unsuccessful YMHA.
He'd been on the YMHA boxing team before they were married.
Were you a member of the YMCA or the YMHA? Did you go to church or synagogue?
USDA Rural Development recently provided a $224,000 grant to the Yolo Mutual Housing Association (YMHA), which is the new Center for Cooperatives in California.
Her figure has probably faded from the literary scene but some still remember the gray-haired lady, active till she was in her late nineties, carrying books to various venues and gigs, notably the 92nd Street YMHA Writers Series, and hawking them fervently.
The truth, however, is that Straus had been writing poetry since high school but it wasn't until 1991, when he was nearly fifty, that he took a verse-writing course at the Ninety-second Street YMHA in New York City.
Charitable contributions are deductible only if they are made to organizations that are "qualified." Examples of "qualified" organizations include nonprofit schools and hospitals, churches and synagogues, the United Way, Community Chest, United Cerebral Palsy, YMCA, YMHA, The American Red Cross, the Boy Scouts, Campfire Boys and Girls, and the American Heart Association.