With all the tyranny and plagues in the United States these days, we might look to our traditions for some guidance. This week, we look at many interesting questions. How many women and girls were involved when the ancient Hebrews…
What does Flint, Michigan have in common with ancient Egypt? How does language make it easier to objectify women? Will Suzie grace Drag Torah with her presence this week? Find out in this week’s episode! http://[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFgcFAwmLo0&w=560&h=315]
Punching Richard Spencer wasn't self-defense. Beyond the fact that this punch was morally indefensible, it was also incredibly stupid.
The role of Attorney General is too important to let Sessions off so easily. Here are five questions I wish he had been asked.
Does Nazi speech present a clear and present danger to us? The Jewish ethics of punching Richard Spencer in the face last week.
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.
Where is Jewish Resistance to Trump today and this week? Here's the highlights of the best campaigns for justice ion Inauguration Day.
Robert Bank, CEO of AJWS, explains why he's joining the Women's March today in Washington, DC.
We need these protests now more than ever. In preparation for marching on Shabbat, I will be saying this Prayer for Protest.
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…