As our society does teshuva for white supremacy, let us dismantle the idols of oppression to pave the way for a more just and honest present and future.
(The below is a slight adaptation of my sermon for Yom Kippur morning; it argues that concerns of economic and social inequality are perhaps more rooted in Yom Kippur than we typically realize, and as such may be interesting to people looking to think about how social justice appears in the textual...
This year, we fight Nazis. We do it because it is a moral imperative, and we do it for survival. We fight because we are Jews. #JewsFightNazis.
Let us use this high holiday Teshuva period to do the important work of dismantling racism in our hearts and in our society
Global Torah explores the intersections of Jewish life, values and text with the practice of global service, social justice and international development.
The first oral history of peace activists within American Jewry interviews Sarai Aharoni, an renowned Israeli feminist and peace activist.
As we enter this new year, we must remember that justice is inevitable, even in the face of destruction and despair.
In the face of political and natural disaster, Parashat Ki Tavo reminds us to build a just society with joy and a sense of gratitude
Should we be surprised that the refuge-state of the Jewish people would welcome a man forced out of his administration position for his associations with Hungarian Nazis, but not come to the aid of American Jews during an unprecedented surge in antisemitism?
Adina Cooper tells how her Jewish camps and schools justified Israel's occupation as part of IfNotNow's #YouNeverToldMe campaign.