This Executive Order—this Muslim Ban—is an egregious manifestation of Mitzrayim … and even if it is stayed or amended, it is clear we are going to need to remain awake and resilient…. Egypt is upon us, friends, and we’re going to need to be BRAVE, to LOVE bravely – across lines and despite fears.
As we fight for justice, how do we cultivate Caleb and Yehoshua's willingness to fight for the unknown in a hostile climate?
How can we resist our tendencies to self-protectively label those who do not share our values as bigots, ignoramuses and miscreants?
Passover is a holiday about hope against all odds. Even if we do not know what will be, our actions matter and the seemingly-impossible can be achieved.
Though our world feels far from liberated, our people experienced liberation in some deeply meaningful ways and remembering this is an important tool for helping us move forward.
A lesson from Eliyahu on Mt. Carmel: sometimes neutrality is worse than just joining the wrong side.
In this edition of #TorahForTheResistance, Rachie Lewis says that in this political moment, it is time for us Jews to be bold.
This week's Torah portion, Mishpatim, shows how justice and injustice can operate simultaneously in a colonial context. Perhaps it also reveals how injustice can be dismantled.