This week's Torah portion, Mishpatim, shows how justice and injustice can operate simultaneously in a colonial context. Perhaps it also reveals how injustice can be dismantled.
Jethro's advice to Moses to stand up while administering justice and to work with other judges is powerful advice for justice seekers in how to play with their edge. If we wish to pursue justice, we must be willing to stand up, while seeking others so that we are not overwhelmed by the load.
Alexander Rapaport made headlines for his solidarity with Muslim bodega owners, but his Masbia soup kitchen lost donors over it. Now new donors step in.
Thousands of American Jews turned out at #JewsForRefugees rallies across the US, joined by political leaders like Bill DeBlasio and Keith Ellison.
This Tu Bishvat, we see Trump’s first weeks in office have evidenced his willingness to move forward projects that will threaten the planet.
This Sunday, February 12th, HIAS is calling for a National Day of Jewish Action for Refugees at rallies in 16 cities -- join one near you!
Scores of JCCs received bombs threats. We need to build a Jewish movement that stands against anti-Jewish oppression -- and in solidarity with others too.
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.
Where is Jewish Resistance to Trump today and this week? Here's the highlights of the best campaigns for justice ion Inauguration Day.