The Women’s March on Chicago was the largest outside of Washington, D.C., with 250,000 attending despite organizers only expecting 50,000.
The American global reputation is staked partly on our honest and faithful participation in these covenants.
It would make all the difference to have one voice, one Zionist Jew, in the White House to stand up for the Jewish people and for all other marginalized communities.9
Here’s hoping watching Donald Trump become president of the United States today re-ignites in us a visceral sense of the horrors of the possible.
As Donald Trump ascends to the presidency, the American Jewish community faces a critical question: under a populist president with a penchant for scapegoating and mistrust of non-white communities, who are we?3
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