Remembering Adinah Dorfman – Supporting Freedom of Expression in Israel

Adinah Dorfman was one of ACRI’s longest serving volunteers. For twenty years, Adinah had developed ACRI’s human rights library. Adinah was much loved for her extraordinary dedication to human rights.


We are honored that Adinah’s daughters, Naomi, Avivah and Elana, have chosen to remember her by supporting ACRI’s work in Freedom of Speech and donating to ACRI.  

remembering Adinah Dorfman, 1921-2009

Remembering Adinah Dorfman, 1921-2009


This year, we honored 20 years of Adinah Dorfman’s service in building ACRI’s human rights library. The program included greetings from the Dorfman family and a blessing from Rabbi Levi Weiman-Kelman. The highlight of the evening was a beautiful performance by ‘Beloved One’ – a poetry, and dance group who shared stories of freedom of expression through the artistic elements of voice, movement and words.

All donations will be directed to ACRI’s Freedom of Expression work. Thank you for your support!


Please join us in honoring Adinah by supporting ACRI


To read more:

Adinah’s Bio

Aviva’s speech from the 2015 event on Education against Racism, held in Adinah’s memory: עדינה


Some Comments Left by Supporters in Memory of Adinah Dorfman at last year’s event

“It is an honor to make this donation in memory of your mother and her dedication to free speech. She had much to be proud of in the daughters she raised. And I am proud to call one of them my friend.”
“We were so very fond of Adinah and feel privileged to recognize her work with ACRI.”
“Can’t think of a better way to honor Adinah.”
“In honor of Adina Dorfman, one of the finest human beings I ever had the privilege to know.”
“A sweet sweet Memory. A very lovable and loving woman.”
“It is an honor to donate to such a noble cause in Adina’s name. I have so many wonderful memories of her.”

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