The Advantage of Jewish Settlements over Non-Jewish Settlements
Publication Date: May 1902
Author(s): Isaac Spectorsky
Series: Conference of Jewish Charities in the United States, 2
Special Collection: Berman Jewish Policy Archive
Keywords: Communal Organization; Social Services; Jewish Outreach
Coverage: United States
Settlements often face challenges integrating into the communities they are meant to serve. Jewish settlements have a significant advantage in this task. Offering Hebrew classes brings in children, which builds connections to their parents. Offering Yiddish and Jewish libraries brings in older people and especially immigrants. Finally, every settlement can and should publish a newspaper for its community.