Draw close those cast out Rabbi Adina Allen Rosh Hashanah 5779 In the Torah reading for the first day of Rosh Hashanah Aliyah Sarah demands,
The Binding of Isaac, or the Akeda, is a complicated story, one that raises a lot of questions about what it means to be a
Let us use this high holiday Teshuva period to do the important work of dismantling racism in our hearts and in our society
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.
Led by Tzedek Chicago, over 200 members of Chicago Jewry petition Mayor Rahm Emmanuel to heed the Dyett hunger strikers’ demands for only school in Bronzeville, IL.
“Today is the conception of the world. Today, [God] makes it stand in judgment, perhaps as children, perhaps as slaves.” — “היום הרת עולם. היום יעמיד במשפט, אם
Jewish educator and comics critic David Wolkin digressed from his usual lampooning of graphic novel misfires to muse meaningfully on the new year. The post has,