Is Noah (and his rainbow) the most LGBTQ parsha ever?
With festivities staged in rickety shelters open to the sky, Sukkot seemed to us like an ideal time to honor the situation of the almost 70 million refugees worldwide who sleep every night in these kinds of dwellings. In a…
Many, many of us have experienced sexual assault in some form or another. Many of us have experienced it multiple times, in multiple ways. Some of us feel traumatized, some not. Some were blatant abuses of power--bosses, mentors, donors.
What is drag torah -- and how can it help us understand Genesis 2:18?
When do I get to have my own opinions about Israel?
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From our friends at Auburn Seminary comes a major new program: a Justice Ministry Education certificate for faith-based social justice leaders and organizers.
Hungarian Jewry is neither like American nor Israel -- and it's seeing a revival. Author Alyssa Petersel discusses this community and it's importance.
In honor of Trump calling Hilary a "nasty woman" during the Presidential debate, here's Eshet Chayil rewritten for a female President.
Establishment Jewry was too quiet on Trump's anti-Semitism -- but new groups and young Jews took him on. Time to pass the baton to a new generation of Jewish defense groups.