There’s no other way to say it — this has been a brutal year. Tragic violence at home, horrific wars abroad, and an American election campaign that shakes faith in the prospect for much change for the better in the…
I had just moved to Boston, and I had exactly enough money in my bank account to cover one month’s rent, plus ramen and coffee. The only person I knew on the entire East Coast was my ex fiance, and…
"Division Ave." is a film-in-progress about a young Mexican woman and her Hasidic client and their unexpected connection that leads to a fight for justice.
On Elul, Liberation, and the Dakota Pipeline Resistance
Jay Michaelson recently published an article in the Forward about why you shouldn’t go to shul on Rosh Hashanah. It’s an interesting premise. However, it’s also a load of whiney nonsense. He has a litany of complaints against Rosh Hashanah.…
Rabbi David Siedenberg asks, "What is the purpose of shiluach haken, the commandment to send away a parent bird before one can take the eggs or babies for oneself?"
Will we as a community awaken to the injustices of the criminal justice system, as we demand mercy from the Heavenly justice system?
On the eve of the New Year, here are a few sermon ideas to make your community more cohesive and inclusive, not less.
We look back and reflect on the first year of Treyf Podcast, checking in with the people who helped make it happen!
The Brooklyn Commons, a progressive coworking space, is hosting Christopher Bollyn, an antisemitic blogger who believes 9/11 was a secret Jewish plot.