On March 4th, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in June Medical v. Russo, an abortion rights case between abortion providers and the state
Kenneth L. Marcus (left) and Kenneth S. Stern (right) (Or: Why the Executive Order on Antisemitism Does Matter) By Caroline Morganti and Isaac Brooks Fishman
by Dr. Joshua Shanes. Joshua Shanes is Associate Professor of Jewish Studies at the College of Charleston, Director of the Arnold Center for Israel Studies,
by Sarah Brammer-Shlay On the morning of Wednesday August 21, I sat in my interfaith workplace and a conversation began about what it means to
This was never about undocumented immigration. It was always about racist policy…but this is a new low.
At the end of July, USA Today published a piece on Jewish reactions to the co-optation of Old Testament language to justify anti-abortion legislation. Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg is quoted in the article, and the work of the National Council of Jewish Women is referenced. But where is everyone else?
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
We’re facing a humanitarian and moral crisis right now because of our country’s immigration policies. Don’t be fooled by the executive order that the president
The irony of the Trump Jerusalem decision is that we are told it “recognizes reality.” Ironic because “recognizing reality” is perhaps the single most essential
Our movement was founded upon a love for Torah, God, and our sacred traditions. As future Jewish leaders who benefit from that commitment, we are ready to fight for a Jerusalem that validates and recognizes the holy Godliness in every resident.