It’s becoming fashionable to claim that back in the 1990s, feminists gave President Bill Clinton a pass. But some of us did not.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, looks forward to our (sold out!) gala in New York.
“When I have to decide between ideas and winning elections, I’m choosing to win elections,” Gabbay said.
No longer can Jews count on a civil public discourse. Not with the president dragging the country into the gutter in 140 characters or less.
Six hours is all it took for Trump to step up the DHS vetting of immigrants, but 30 days after Las Vegas we’re still waiting for meaningful action.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on the 2017 Forward 50 and Israel’s forgotten fallen soldiers.
I would like to assure you, and other readers, that the decision to take down the story was mine alone.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on the differing military cultures of Israel and the United States
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on the Jewish arguments for and against religious exemptions for birth control coverage.
It started when I was 22 years old, first job fresh out of graduate school, alone in a strange city, ambitious, naïve.