Thirty-five years ago, Zalmen Mlotek and Moishe Rosenfeld co-wrote the script for a musical called “The Golden Land” in honor of the 85th anniversary of the Forverts, the world’s oldest Yiddish newspaper.
Lisa Gross’s League of Kitchens help challenge perceptions about immigrants using food.
Although American nativism is disturbing, our country has a strong counternarrative of welcome.
David Lubell credits his Jewish upbringing for inspiring his work integrating refugees and immigrants in local communities.
A rabbi from Westchester explains how welcoming and speaking with a refugee family helped him see the country with fresh eyes.
During the “Seder in the Streets,” Jewish and Muslim activists marched on NYC City Hall to demand more protections for immigrant communities.
A third-grade teacher at a Jewish day school in Scottsdale, Arizona, resigned over Twitter posts in which she said that immigrants should be shot.
The Anti-Trump Soviet Immigrants Facebook group, founded by Olga Tomchin, fills an immense need for progressive Russian immigrants.
Boston’s Mayor Martin J. Walsh had strong words for the Trump administration.
People from all over Chicagoland have come O’Hare International Airport to protest and to bring food for the lawyers. They’ve been talking and getting to know one another. And Monday night, Chicago Tribune photographer Nuccio DiNuzzo took what has become the most emblematic photo of the wave of airport protests nationwide.