As we light the Channukah candles this year, may we celebrate our own liberation and reflect on how we wield our power as Jews.
Feeling, and feeling openly, and showing that feeling are political acts.
This article is part of a collaborative series commissioned by altMuslimah and Jewschool to promote interfaith dialogue and understanding between Muslim and Jewish communities experiencing a rise in anti-Semitism and Islamophobia. Trumpian White nationalism and supremacy are transnational and have found their mirror globally,…
“We were warned about Culpeper,” said IfNotNow (INN) member Ayelet Wachs Cashman (pictured above), “but there was more honking in support there than anywhere we’ve been, and there was a greeting line. There was spirit there in droves.” Wachs Cashman is…
An exclusive transcription of the High Holiday message President Donald J. Trump had planned to offer rabbis this year, as conjecturally compiled based off of previous statements of the 45th President of the United States.
Reckoning with Jewish trauma and privilege in the wake of Charlottesville
"Going to Charlottesville I honestly believed my kippah and tallit would protect me."
As we fight for justice, how do we cultivate Caleb and Yehoshua's willingness to fight for the unknown in a hostile climate?
On May 22, over 400 Israelis and Americans attended an anti-Trump rally in Tel Aviv -- and another in Jerusalem -- to protest the US President's policies.
On May 22nd, protests in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem will "welcome" President Trump to Israel -- organized by Pantsuit Nation Israel, Green Course, and Democrats Abroad-Israel.