Aaron Hodge Greenberg's artwork of a Black Lives Matter tallis went viral -- here's why he made it, what it means, and more on art as social protest.
What do we do when we feel like Gd owes us teshuva?
The institutional Jewish response to the Movement for Black Lives has paralleled that of the Chinese American community in the Liang trial.
I would like to try to understand the essence of this day by way of one of Judaism’s oldest, most resilient, most beloved and most reviled prayers: U'Netanah Tokef, the early-Musaf journey into fear and trembling, human powerlessness, and the most desperate plea for Divine mercy.
This Rosh Hashana, adding racism to our personal Al Chet is not enough to undo white supremacy and support Black Lives Matter.
"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