Suzie doesn’t have a deep booming voice. Suzie doesn’t stand imposingly tall on the pulpit. Suzie doesn’t do daf yomi, and she doesn’t recite Talmud from memory. But I don’t think we need another rabbi like that. I think we need a rabbi like Suzie. I think we need rabbis who giggle. I think we […]
I hope that when we remember Freddie Gray it will not be because he was another Black man killed senselessly—call on Gov. to increase police accountability.
Sarah Silverman shares a photo in support of her sister's participation in "Rabbis to Holot," a campaign for African asylum seeker rights in Israel.
Reflections on becoming a rebbetzin.
There are certain bits of the places we call home that stick to us. I think of makeshift tents of what is now called Susiya in the South Hebron Hills in the Occupied Palestinian territories.
My unexpected religious experience in Bethlehem at the separation barrier.