The launch of a dialogue series by altMuslimah and Jewschool about Jewish-Muslim solidarity in age of rising anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
Here's a list of admirable rabbis tweeting against the AHCA today, providing a proudly Jewish religious voice of morality. Additional names welcome...
In response to outcry after Charleena Lyle's shooting, a Seattle federation has postponed an award for Seattle's chief of police -- but didn't rescind it.
As we fight for justice, how do we cultivate Caleb and Yehoshua's willingness to fight for the unknown in a hostile climate?
Rabbi Shahar Colt investigates each of the 10 Commandments, wondering "What is each commandment asking me to confront and explore?"
Rabbinical student Laura Bellows on why sometimes Resistance *is* revelation -- and how we can turn to our ancestors for wisdom and guidance for both.
Living in perilous times has the potential to ignite great fires within us that shed light on paths of transformation, regeneration, and collective liberation...we must also remember that the same strength of ideological conviction required to light these fires of change can also burn those who have the potential to be our allies by our side who may not share the exact same language, methodology, or approach to change.
Rabbi Jill Jacobs writes at length about the Jewish Theological Seminary's violation of a rabbinic ruling she authored requiring the hiring of union labor.
In 2008 the Conservative Movement directed Jewish institutions to hire union labor. But the Jewish Theological Seminary is breaking its own teshuva.
A break from labor, even the labor of social change, may be as radical as the work itself. Shabbat elevates to new importance in the Trump era.