This political moment requires acting in solidarity -- having other people’s backs and enabling people to have ours. As Jews, we need practice in both.
Jewish fear is real. So is Jewish solidarity -- for Jews by others, by Jews for others. And so is love. We are not alone.
The vulnerability I feel as an Ashkenazi Jew to anti-semitism resembles that felt by people of color when they encounter the police.
28 Christian clergy called on Montanans to post menorahs in their windows in solidarity with Jewish communty of Whitefish and against a neo-Nazi march.
If you’re worried about hail victory salutes in DC and swastikas in parks and on subways (as we should be), start asking not whom you should disallow, but whom you should invite into your life.