According to a new study, LGBT Americans are three times more likely to identify as Jewish than the general U.S. population.
“We need your help to act effectively in the political arena…in order to bring about a change of attitudes, perceptions and official decisions.”
The pledge reveals the central, humiliating lie of American life – this country has not earned its loyalty, not from everyone, and thus demands it.
According to a new poll by Pew, Jews are winning a national popularity contest.
Now, more than ever, the American Jewish community must call on our country’s elected officials to ensure that vulnerable populations of all ethnic and religious backgrounds are offered refuge in time of need.
The reality is that we are not becoming more Orthodox or more anti-Israel.
The Jewish Megatrends thesis put forward by Rabbi Sid Schwarz offers a useful basic description of the current moment we are in as an American Jewish community. Here are some thoughts and reflections.
Is the Jewish left dying, as Jay Michaelson suggests? One young leftist says the opposite is true, and explains why all the statistics in the world couldn’t convince him otherwise.
In the wake of the Iran deal, American Jews are forced to choose between the United States and Israel. Or are they? Jay Michaelson questions the fear of dual loyalty.
The recent Pew survey of American Jews showed an increasing emphasis on culture, not religious practice. That’s not news to Jews in the former Soviet Union, Zvi Gitelman writes.