Though our world feels far from liberated, our people experienced liberation in some deeply meaningful ways and remembering this is an important tool for helping us move forward.
In this edition of #TorahForTheResistance, Rachie Lewis says that in this political moment, it is time for us Jews to be bold.
This piece of Purim #TorahForTheResistance is part of a series written by young rabbis, rabbinical and religious students about Jewish resistance to Trump through the lens of faith, Judaism, and spirituality.
This Tu Bishvat, we see Trump’s first weeks in office have evidenced his willingness to move forward projects that will threaten the planet.
In this week's #TorahForTheResistance, Parashat Bo finds the Egyptians suffering the plague of darkness -- but what does it mean to not "see" each other?
In a post-truth Presidency, then we must pray for truth. Part two in a series of #TorahForTheResistance, a Jewish spiritual response to the Trump era.
We wake up nearing Inauguration Day in a dark and uncertain time. You are right to be worried. You are right to respond by running toward action, by taking to the streets. You are right to try and figure out…