When Maya Paley and Tamar Shertok met Guy, a Darfuri genocide survivor who dreamed of going to college, they knew they had to help — whatever the cost.
Sigal Samuel’s family amulet isn’t just rumored to have magical powers. It’s also a symbol of how Jewish and Indian rituals became intertwined over the centuries.
The problem of racism in Israel is often brushed off with a collective shrug. But Seth Frantzman says that a troubling history of eugenics can be traced to the state’s founders.
As the Open Hillel movement picks up steam on American campuses, British Jews are asking: Does Israel advocacy on campus exclude liberal Zionist and anti-Zionist students?
It wasn’t until Sonia Daccarett visited Uganda that she felt she could fulfill the Haggadah’s mandate to think of herself as if she had personally left Egypt.