“This would be a big step forward,” Rabbi Gershom Sizomu, a Ugandan leader, said.
A dire situation for Uganda’s Jewish community, called the Abayudaya.
As I prepare to march with AJWS in NYC Pride, I’ll be thinking of the countless activists who risk their lives for the dignity and safety of others.
As World Water Day approaches, we salute Innovation: Africa, which uses Israeli tech to provide clean water and power to villages in Uganda.
In Uganda with Innovation:Africa, I gained a deeper insight into the African water and hunger struggle.
David Steiner, a documentary filmmaker from Chicago who was studying to be a rabbi, was killed in a bus crash in rural Uganda. He was 51.
As Jews around the world celebrate the restarting of the Torah, among them is probably the world’s newest, and unlikeliest, group of Jews.
Jono David undertook a four-year journey accross the continent to document the Jewish landscape of Africa, visiting 30 countries and territories and taking 60,000 photos.
A Jewish community in Africa has moved one step closer to gaining formal recognition from the Israeli government.
Rabbi Gershom Sizomu hopes to use his office to show that Jews exist in the east African country. He talks to the Forward about possible conflicts between his religious values and Uganda’s record of human rights violations.