In this exclusive interview, David Harris-Gershon talks about why he defends empathy by Jews for Palestinians.
On Sunday, Open Hillel marched on the largest gathering of Jewish federations, demanding an end to restrictions against open discussion of Israel-Palestine.
Young progressives saw little good in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech at the Jewish Federations of North America's General Assembly.
The author of a new book about Jews in Hungary reveals heroes fighting their government's harshness towards Syrian refugees in Hungary.
On Tuesday, Nov 10th, Ann Toback of the Workmen's Circle invites you to rally with Jewish and community allies for the Fight for $15 National Day of Action.
The emergence of a new Japanese klezmer band raises interesting questions about what klezmer is, as well as what defines Jewish music.
If we non-Orthodox Jews want to show our support for Orthodox feminists and the movement for greater leadership roles of Orthodox women in the Orthodox world, including through rabbinic ordination, let’s start with listening to the Orthodox women.
A new issue ad, a hunger strike, and solidarity organizing in Texas--just another week in the fight for immigration justice.
Granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, young filmmaker Serena Dykman, investigates her grandmother's memoir to discover anew -- and reinterpret -- the Shoah.
Raised orthodox, Becca Tanen says ousting women rabbis from orthodoxy is a disaster for the movement.