Historians deem Judy Seigel the “unsung heroine” of the alt photography world, influencing many authors and artists.
Thatnks to scholar Alan Mintz, the first American Jewish organization to call for a two-state peace between Israel and Palestine was conceived.
Denying access to Torahs for egalitarian worship undermines Jewish educational efforts to build up young American Jews’ identification with Israel.
Although she had left the Hasidic community years before, breaking Jewish law could still consume her with guilt.
Tanya Weiz survived the attack, but a friend she’d gone with, Liana, did not.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg talks with The Forward two years after her husband’s passing about grieving and the role her Jewish faith has had.
Outdoor adventures like rock climbing, kayaking and dog sledding can inspire students to live more meaningful Jewish lives.
Women should hate a Hallmark holiday that papers over the cracks of our rampantly sexist culture, says Dan Friedman.
People say that Jewish college students are losing their identity, but research shows that isn’t totally the case.
The Zionist “tough guy” machismo some critics loathe derives from the natural revival of ancient Jewish tradition.
How Peter Trachtenberg’s decision to get a tattoo indelibly changed his worldview and interpersonal relationships.
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