By: Eliyahu Ungar-Sargon I’ve been a public Jewish critic of male infant circumcision since I released my first feature-length documentary, Cut: Slicing Through The
If our ritual life does not pulse with the passionate pull of the political, if our laments do not answer and reprise the cries of
I think the idea that we have to either accept or reject traditions, texts, works of art because they are tainted by cultural forces or even individuals who offend us is premised on a false dichotomy. I’ll go further. I think this kind of thinking has more in common with religious fundamentalism than it does with a more humanistic approach that is a little more complicated, but ultimately much more rewarding.
A look at the fascinating history of the Reform Movement’s relationship with Brit Milah.
Summer is in full swing and due to the fact that the Jewish calendar is solar-adjusted, it’s the time of year when we as Jews
How poor choices, miscommunication, and heated rhetoric resulted in the media firestorm between JVP and JQY during NY’s Celebrate Israel Parade.
No matter who is behind the JCC threats, something about antisemitism has changed in the US over the past year.
Over the past month, I’ve had the pleasure of collaborating with some seriously talented people. This video is but a taste of what we have
Punching Richard Spencer wasn’t self-defense. Beyond the fact that this punch was morally indefensible, it was also incredibly stupid.
Eli Ungar-Sargon interviews Tammy Kremer and Adam Golub about their new media project “Love Letters To Zionists.”