Jews have centuries of experience reinventing themselves in different societies. Jane Eisner explains how that history may give us surprising insights into two very different stories of personal transformation.47
Jane Eisner agreed to send correspondent Naomi Zeveloff to Gaza so the Forward’s readers would see firsthand the struggles of its people. She thinks the decision reflects the paper’s Jewish values — but can’t hide her relief that Naomi is back home safe.13
A new Pew study shows that fewer Americans identify as Christian and more have no religion at all. Jane Eisner asks what we can learn from these dramatic findings, which echo trends seen in Pew’s landmark study of Jews.66
EDITORIAL: The Jewish community, here and in Israel, is having a free speech moment. In a world as connected as ours, we cannot let censorship prevail, even if we disagree with some opinions.
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