Thursday night, Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ) will hold a #BlackLivesMatter vigil outside Barclay's Center for Black lives killed by police.
Wednesday night, a mutli-alarm fire severely damaged the Moishe Kavod House in Boston. All residents escaped safely and no injuries were reported.
After Orlando, we must pass the Equality Act -- enshrining full rights for all people regardless of sex, gender identity, and sexual orientation to the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
PHOTOS: A. Daniel Roth was with Jewish activists from around the world working with Palestinians in Hebron when they were arrested for building a theater.
An interview with Philadelphia based student rabbi Ariana Katz, creator of Kaddish podcast, a show about death, mourning, and the people who do it.
Plagiarism is wrong. As someone who taught college English for several years, I am acutely aware of the causes, effects, and ethical implications of plagiarism. Stealing someone else’s words and passing them off as your own is dishonest and rude…
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?
An interview with M. Dove Kent, executive director of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ), about the group’s work, the direction they’re headed, and how the organization has changed since it’s founding 25 years ago.
“I’m going to yoga, and I don’t think I’ll see you until shul tonight…” It was 6:00am and I was saying goodbye to Suzie for the day. “Okay I love you” Suzie mumbled with her head still under a pillow.…