Acclaimed Ladino singer Sarah Aroeste opens up about her music, Sephardic culture and why she's leading a Jewish heritage tour to Macedonia.
Global Torah explores the intersections of Jewish life, values and text with the practice of global service, social justice and international development.
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 mourn. The Rabbis started the tradition of associating the fast day of Tisha B’Av with…
A call for heads of Jewish organizations to commit their institutions to the Paris Accord has reached nearly 500 signers in defiance of Trump's withdrawal.
The Crucial Lesson from Sumud Freedom Camp, Day 11 and Raid #3 by Jodi Melamed I have learned how valuable a piece of fabric can be in the South Hebron Hills. It is Day 11 of the Sumud (“steadfastness”) Freedom…
Robert Bank, CEO of AJWS, explains why he's joining the Women's March today in Washington, DC.
After 9 months of resistance at Standing Rock, a partial win: the Army Corps of Engineers has denied the permit to complete the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Host a solidarity Kabbalat Shabbat demonstration as part of a “Global Shabbat Against Demolition” on Friday, August 12, 2016.
The last episode of Global Torah Podcast asks about the challenges – and opportunities – of living Jewishly while serving in the developing world.
The penultimate episode of the Global Torah Podcast: Are some motivations for global service as Jews more “pure” than others?