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Edelman said he and his colleagues at the Capital Jewish Museum have looked into Kameny’s background and know that, although he was of Jewish heritage, he did not practice the Jewish faith in his adult life.‘Kameny Way’ street signs updated, two removed on 17th Street?|Lou Chibbaro Jr.|March 24, 2021|Washington Blade
Faith in government leaders, traditional media and social media as a source for general news has reached an all-time low, according to a recent study from PR firm Edelman, which polled 33,000 respondents globally.The role of the CEO is expanding as people turn to business leaders for stability in time of social uncertainty|Jessica Davies|January 25, 2021|Digiday
According to Edelman, business is now trusted more than government in 18 of the countries surveyed.'An Epidemic of Misinformation.' New Report Finds Trust in Social Institutions Diminished Further in 2020|Jasmine Aguilera|January 13, 2021|Time
I learned in Hope Edelman’s Motherless Daughters that for children and adolescents, not having a mother stunts your self-esteem.
According to Edelman’s recent report, only 38% of respondents believe that businesses are doing well at putting people before profits.Modern SEO strategy: Three tactics to support your efforts|Nick Chasinov|June 23, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Jonah Edelman is the co-founder and CEO of Stand for Children.
“A heartfelt ‘thank you for your service,’ is no longer nearly enough,” said Martin Edelman, trustee of the Fallen Heroes Fund.Politicians are No Show for Opening of Privately Funded Vets Clinic|Rachel Rose Hartman|September 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Andrew Roberts speaks to Eric Edelman about the unintended consequences for South Asia.
Saudi Arabia is the lynchpin,” says Edelman, “the key country.
After Rabbi Edelman came, my uncle continued on various occasions to assist him.
In 1886, when local Jewry instituted a much more liberal ritual, Rabbi Edelman's convictions induced him to resign.