This Passover, We’re Joining Simone Zimmerman To Fight for Freedom for All

The Bernie Sanders campaign may have caved to regressive voices, two IfNotNow leaders write, but young Jews will voice a different opinion at actions all across the country this week.


What Campaign Donor Lists Tell Us About Changing Nature of Jewish Political Power

This election season shows a shift in who represents the Jewish community in the political arena. One reason is the Sanders campaign, J.J. Goldberg writes. Another is Super PAC giving.


How Hillary’s Speech Patterns Reveal Biggest Advantage Over Bernie

A study shows that Hillary Clinton’s language is high on cognitive processing, low on self-certainty. Irina Bragin explains why that’s so much better than the authoritative style of a certain other guy.


When Ashkenazi Jews Eat Kitniyot on Passover, Is It Cultural Appropriation — from Sephardim?

The heritage of Sephardic Jews does not exist just to make the Passover practices of our Ashkenazi neighbors less burdensome and expensive, and more delicious and nutritious, Arielle Levites writes.


How To Talk Politics at Your Family Seder Without Killing Each Other

Intimate gatherings can make for pointed arguments that detract from the joy of the holiday, especially in an election year. But that doesn’t mean we should avoid prickly subjects.

Recommend this article

Thank you!

This article has been sent!