(When) is it okay to laugh at the Holocaust? The Last Laugh investigates this question in a funny, sometimes sad, but highly relevant new film.
Monday morning, IfNotNow protested in the lobby of the JFNA, challenging Jewish institutions to demonstrate greater moral leadership.
Yesterday 300 young Jews with IfNotNow marched on the Conference of Presidents' party at the Trump Hotel. But what is the Conference of Presidents anyway?
Open Hillel launches #OurJudaismIncludes campaign, calling on Hillel International to reject funding from Mosaic United, led by MK Naftali Bennett.
The CEO of Bend the Arc discusses how the Jewish community rose to the challenge of Trump's bigotry -- and who among us didn't.
Hungarian Jewry is neither like American nor Israel -- and it's seeing a revival. Author Alyssa Petersel discusses this community and it's importance.
Establishment Jewry was too quiet on Trump's anti-Semitism -- but new groups and young Jews took him on. Time to pass the baton to a new generation of Jewish defense groups.
Jacob Neusner is credited with creating Jewish Studies -- a real academic field, outside the yeshiva, shaping how you and I think about American Jewry.
Eli Ungar-Sargon interviews Tammy Kremer and Adam Golub about their new media project "Love Letters To Zionists."