Over ten years in Israel, the Jerusalem Day extremists' march through the Old City has led me to understand how Jews' pain is imparted onto Palestinians.
In an enlightening and even chillingly relevant interview, we spoke with Ferne Pearlstein, the director of the Holocaust comedy documentary The Last Laugh.
Jewish grassroots groups are mobilzing today in objection to a speech today by Trump at Holocaust Memorial Museum ceremony in Washington, DC.
(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.
The US is willing to play its part in atoning for the Holocaust. But the US has its own victims to make whole, particularly African-Americans.
Jews loudly supported admitting Syrian refugees into the US -- here's what's been going around Facebook and twitter.
The Syrian refugee crisis raises questions of when it is appropriate to employ the memory of the Holocaust in current political debate.
Young filmmaker Serena Dykman documents her quest to understand her grandmother -- a Holocaust survivor whose message wasn't exclusively Jewish.
Granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, young filmmaker Serena Dykman, investigates her grandmother's memoir to discover anew -- and reinterpret -- the Shoah.
Netanyahu's false tale about Hitler and the Mufti harms actual fights against anti-Semitism.