1. Labor Day: Who Steps Up for Justice in the Death of Maria Fernandes & Too Many Other Innocent Workers
  2. Morning Jew: Lady Parts, Princesses & Funerals
  3. Should Rabbis Proselytize Non-Jewish Spouses? A Response to JTSA Chancellor Arnold Eisen

Words Are Battleground

Words Are Battleground

By Gon Ben-Ari

The Gaza war has turned Hebrew into a battleground as ordinary Israelis adopt military euphemisms to describe everything from captured soldiers to the war itself, Gon Ben-Ari writes.


Hard Choices: Michael Verhoeven’s recent film ‘Let’s Go’ is about Holocaust survivors raising their daughter in Germany in the late 1940s.

Between Old Wars and New

By Annette Insdorf

As Annette Insdorf writes about film in Poland and Israel, she finds herself tracing the continuities, as well as the tensions, of Jewish identity.


Modesty Does Instagram

Modesty Does Instagram

By Elissa Strauss

A growing community of modest fashion lovers from the Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths are coming together through Instagram.


Would you like to receive updates about new stories?




















We will not share your e-mail address or other personal information.

Already subscribed? Manage your subscription.