Will we as a community awaken to the injustices of the criminal justice system, as we demand mercy from the Heavenly justice system?
On the eve of the New Year, here are a few sermon ideas to make your community more cohesive and inclusive, not less.
We look back and reflect on the first year of Treyf Podcast, checking in with the people who helped make it happen!
The Brooklyn Commons, a progressive coworking space, is hosting Christopher Bollyn, an antisemitic blogger who believes 9/11 was a secret Jewish plot.
Campaign is sole Jewish progressive grassroots effort focused exclusively on stopping Trump.
Eli Ungar-Sargon interviews Tammy Kremer and Adam Golub about their new media project "Love Letters To Zionists."
"While we agree with many of Isaiah’s sentiments, and we too think that the poor, and the orphaned should be protected, we cannot abide the extreme and unfair language that Isaiah employs to describe our beloved city."
The Innovation Fund by the National Havurah Committee exists to support egalitarian and participatory Jewish learning, community building, and tikkun olam.
After seeing a #BlackLivesMatter protest, Carmel Tanaka wonders why she never saw herself as a Jew of color, and what might the movement mean for Canada?