Since Donald Trump’s presidential declaration that he will continue pursuing corporate profit over Indigenous rights, it is imperative that Jewish groups and individuals continue to show up to support the Water Protectors at Standing Rock.
We must stand in solidarity with all people who may be threatened by the government’s wrongful attempts to abridge the safety, liberty, or dignity of our neighbors and one another, by using all the spiritual, political and intellectual resources we possess.
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.
A massive organized movement is making history across the country — and you probably haven’t heard about it.
The problem with the BLM platform, released last week, isn’t the couple of paragraphs on Israel, it’s the 37,000 other words on America.
A new platform associated with the Black Lives Matter movement that describes Israel as an “apartheid state” committing “genocide” against the Palestinian people has triggered critical responses from Jewish organizations — even its allies.
A new book by Rabbis Against Gun Violence calls out the American gun fetish as a form of idolatry that values unfettered access to guns over the sanctity of human life.
The fact that Jews United for Justice (JUFJ) exists in the first place, and has grown and succeeded in recent years, is due to the groundswell of Jews who are actively seeking ways to act on their Jewish values to advance justice.
As a way of connecting her cooking to Judaism, Sarah Newman created a recipe to align with each week’s Torah portion. The results are as colorful as they are deliciously compelling.
Stepping down after nearly 40 years in Congress, Henry Waxman will also be leaving behind his unofficial title — dean of Jewish congressional Democrats.