Guest post by Sandy Sahar Gooen. Yentl is a huge deal to Jewish women who believe in feminism and halakhic egalitarianism. First published in 1962
From Diane Klein Indiana University McKinney School of Law and Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality (IU Maurer School of Law) present “Law vs.
Guest post by Warren Hoffman As COVID-19 begins to recede in the U.S., I, like many single gay men, have found myself on any number
Guest post by Miriam Lakin. My teaching career began around the same time that I “officially” came out. I was eager to discover how children
Avi Garelick is the director of the Prozdor Hebrew High School at JTS and a student in the urban planning department of Hunter College. This
…for me who works at a desk in an office – or these days at home – the toil of my weekdays is mental, not physical. Screen time in particular has become the toil of the work week, the activity I so desperately crave separation from.
In the spirit of tikkun leil Shavuot, Matthew Lowe explores whether Super Mario Maker 2 might be a venue for Torah study.
Saffiya Shillo is an American of Palestinian heritage. She is an outreach coordinator and advocate for victims of violence. She previously organized within the Chicago
Rabbi Jill Jacobs is the Executive Director of T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights. This post originated on her Facebook page and is shared
Guest post by Dan Osborn. Let me tell you an origin story. It’s the early 2000s. The United States is embroiled in wars in Afghanistan