What the Bible Can Teach Us About Quarantine
In Chicago, two Jewish lawyers fight to make the police accountable
“The rhetoric that is in the background doesn’t just disappear. It’s not going to go away once these protests are over or once it’s died down.”
Here are 9 songs of resistance, anarchism, revolution and workers’ rights to add to your playlist.
“It was fully my intent that he live out the rest of his life in prison.”
A Jewish prayer for George Floyd
The petition said that failure to respond to respond to the incident would indicate that the university tolerates anti-Semitism.
Join Forward senior editor and contest winners as they discuss freedom in 2020
We do not take in an event and walk away to ponder it. Instead, everything we consume is inseparable from its immediate interpretation.
21 rabbis on what Judaism has to say about George Floyd’s murder
A scream that comes, also, from months of being cooped up in our corners, of feeling vulnerable and impotent to a deadly virus
For Masha Gessen, the Moscow-born author and Vladimir Putin’s biographer, Trump is an aspiring autocrat.
“It was physically impossible to resist arrest, but they kept beating — with a baton, with their fists, with their bodies, with their legs.”
AIPAC’s website boasts of its African-American outreach program, and it frequently sponsors events and Israel trips for African-American leaders.
To many, Trump’s photo shoot crossed an unprecedented boundary in attempting to lend politics the mantle of religion.
For a young writer, Bruce Jay Friedman — who has passed away at the age of 90 — was more than just a role model.
Friedman maintained her belief in God even after seeing her cousin shot to death in a Nazi concentration camp.