Wedding bells are ringing for an Asian woman and her Jewish fiance but their parents only want to talk about future grandchildren. How to explain that they may not even have kids?
Young Jews of color have produced a #BlackLivesMatter Haggadah. The message is as clear as it is disturbing: We the Jews are sometimes our own oppressors, Jesse Lempel writes.
EDITORIAL: The uproar over Indiana’s new law is the latest example of Americans trying to strike a balance between religious values and civil rights. Sometimes, we have to choose.
A.J. Goldmann walked through Berlin for ten hours with a yarmulke on his head looking to see if he would receive any anti-Semitic taunts. What he did find surprised him.
As the rift between President Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu grows wider, J.J. Goldberg stops to ask how much is the result of policy differences and how much is simply personal.
The Black Panthers created their own Haggadah. Inspired by protests of the ’60s, it lists 10 plagues they accused Ashkenazi Jews of visiting on immigrants from Arab lands.