On Bravo’s Real Housewives of Potomac, cast members ask if it is possible to be black and Jewish.
Chanel Dubofsky gives readers five more Arab women writers to check out in 2016.
It’s time for American Jews to go beyond Palestinian-Israel author and journalist Sayed Kashua and find the variety and depth of Arab women writers.
Trump’s recent statement’s regarding Debbie Wasserman Schultz tap into our anxiety about women in power.
Five costumes that are bad for women, queer folks, people of color and humanity in general.
The Program director of a historic Upper West Side synagogue says she was fired for having premarital sex.
Jewish sex offenders can easily flee to Israel where their crimes remain unknown to those around them. A few grassroots groups in Israel and America have sprung up to change that.
Does your synagogue allow breastfeeding? Can it be done in the sanctuary? Will other congregants judge you? Rabbi Maya Resnikoff, a new mother, launched an online database detailing how different Jewish prayer spaces handle the issue.
Posting your “praying for Baltimore” on Facebook and other social media sites helps no one, writes Chanel Dubofsky. Now is a time for activism outside your comfort zone.
Chanel Dubofsky argues that the demand for Jews to be included in ‘Selma’ parallels the demand of white men to be included in other people’s narratives.