In 2008 the Conservative Movement directed Jewish institutions to hire union labor. But the Jewish Theological Seminary is breaking its own teshuva.
A break from labor, even the labor of social change, may be as radical as the work itself. Shabbat elevates to new importance in the Trump era.
Shmuel Rosner misunderstands the Exodus, prioritizing national solidarity above “worn-out political debates”— and is badly mistaken.
Yesterday, Jewish supporters of Black Lives Matter marched into Grand Central to support the family of Ramarley Graham, killed five years ago by police.
A lesson from Eliyahu on Mt. Carmel: sometimes neutrality is worse than just joining the wrong side.
This Sunday, February 12th, HIAS is calling for a National Day of Jewish Action for Refugees at rallies in 16 cities -- join one near you!
In this week's #TorahForTheResistance, Parashat Bo finds the Egyptians suffering the plague of darkness -- but what does it mean to not "see" each other?
In a post-truth Presidency, then we must pray for truth. Part two in a series of #TorahForTheResistance, a Jewish spiritual response to the Trump era.
We need these protests now more than ever. In preparation for marching on Shabbat, I will be saying this Prayer for Protest.
Martin Luther King's methods included strikes and boycotts, political advocacy, lobbying, coalitions, challenging adversaries, and speaking truth to power.