NFTYNorth American Federation of Temple Youth
NFTYNortheast Federation of Temple Youth (various locations)
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An additional indication of the Chassidic Song Festival's influence can be seen on Songs NFTY Sings (1972), the first album in a series recorded by song leaders in the North American Federation of Temple Youth in the 1970s and 80s.
Daniel Freelander, coordinator, 1981 Songs NFTY Sings Chordster (New York: North American Federation of Temple Youth, 198T).
As access to public outlets is at a minimum, especially in high traffic areas like airports, NFTY PL+S features four USB female connections to charge multiple devices at the same time from the same outlet.
When a smart device is fully charged, NFTY PL+S automatically diverts power from the connected device to its built in rechargeable 4000 mAh lithium-polymer battery.
NFTY PL+S' external housing is made of polycarbonate composite which makes it lightweight but also built to withstand bumps and drops.
After the establishment of Israel in 1948, however, Israel-related programming in NFTY chapters appears to have spread across a wide geographical swath of the country, taking the form of study groups, Israel-themed cafes, and Israeli folk-dance events in locations from Florida to Ohio and West Virginia to Missouri.
The First Annual NFTY Leadership Institute, for example, organized by a number of prominent midwestern rabbis and held in the late summer of 1948, was dedicated to the theme, "Am Yisrael Chai--Israel Lives Again: The Implications of the State of Israel for American Jewish Youth.
43) Yet another example illustrates the extent to which NFTY, by the early 1960s, had adopted Israel as a Reform concern.
Only students active in NFTY with exemplary academic records and a solid foundation in Hebrew were eligible to apply.
84) This view mirrors those propounded elsewhere in Reform youth culture, such as at NFTY weekend conclaves and at summer camps.
At NFTY conclaves, at summer camps, and in the pages of Keeping Posted, postwar Reform youth learned that to be a good Jew and a good American meant engaging with Israel.
Excerpts from NFTY president's report, NFTY National Convention, March 1946, in Bulletin 1 (Man-Apr.