Nadja Spiegelman

Safe Space: Mordechai Levovitz, co-founder of JQY

The Interview: Young, Queer and Orthodox

Mordechai Levovitz, co-founder of Jewish Queer Youth, a support network for queer Orthodox Jews under 30, visits the Forward’s podcast studio to discuss how he’s learned to to live as a gay observant Jew.

Lawsuit Filed Over Familial Dysautonomia Genetic Patent

A lawsuit now working its way through federal court is adding an interesting twist to the heated debate over genetic patenting.

Court Ruling Could Affect Genetic Patenting

A federal court ruling striking down patents on two cancer-causing genes has the potential to shake up the world of genetic patenting.

The Interview: Unorthodox Desires

Miryam Kabakov, editor of a new essay collection about Orthodox lesbians,”Keep Your Wives Away From Them: Orthodox Women, Unorthodox Desires,” visits the Forward podcast studio discuss coming out to her traditional parents, visiting a lesbian in the ultra-Orthodox enclave of B’nai Brak, Israel, and how she believes gays and lesbians can find their place in the Orthodox world.

The Interview: Sam Munson

The Forward’s Nadja Spiegelman sits down with Sam Munson, author of “The November Criminals,” to discuss his debut novel, teen angst and the 1990s. Listen below or download this podcast from iTunes

A Hearty Greeting: Oskar Schindler (center) arrives at the Jerusalem Airport in 1962.

Schindler’s List On the Market

The only privately owned copy of Oskar Schindler’s list — which contains the names of 801 Jewish men, many of whom Schindler helped save from concentration camps — is now for sale online for $2.2 million. Gary Zimet, a historical document sales specialist, is selling the list through his Web site, www.momentsintime.org, on behalf of an anonymous seller.

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