A 70-Year Story

A 70-Year Story

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Our goal is to digitize every issue of the Jewish News dating back to 1942.

The Detroit Jewish News Foundation, an independent 501 (c)(3) nonprofit, has digitized the entire contents of the Detroit Jewish News – about 260,000 pages – dating back to 1942.

The ongoing story of the Detroit Jewish community is now at your fingertips via our easy-to-use search capability.

Archives

Archives

You are about to embark on an intimate visit with the Detroit Jewish community and the thousands of families who shaped it! Before you get started, thanks for being sure to read and, if required, for taking action of the Archives’ terms of use. Also, consider viewing the brief instructional video for tips on how to quickly and easily navigate the Detroit Jewish News Archives.

Watch the video to learn about the Archives, how to use it, and what it offers the community.

Become a Donor

Become a Donor

Supporters of the Detroit Jewish News Foundation represent a cross-section of the community. From chief executive officers and retired school teachers to family foundations and college students, they all share a common interest – to unlock and share the history of the Detroit Jewish community and the thousands of families who continue to shape it.

They recognize they are standing on the shoulders of the ones who came before them and that future generations will be standing on their shoulders.

Services

Services

The Detroit Jewish News Foundation offers many opportunities for those interested to get involved;
Whether by donating financially, giving resources, or offering your time, you can help make a difference in your community’s education while helping to preserve its history.

Contact

Contact

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The Detroit Jewish News Foundation
29200 Northwestern Hwy.
Suite 110
Southfield, MI 48034
For inquires on the archives, questions and general information please email us at info@djnfoundation.org