Akiba-Schechter is the only Jewish day school in the country to adopt this model—but they want it to be a template for other schools.
The “Zioness” group was ostracized at the Chicago feminist rally — but according to some, they never wanted to fully participate in the first place.
The Atzmayim program at Camp Ramah in Wisconsin provides vocational training for young adults on the autism spectrum preparing to leave home behind.
The annual Bughouse Square Debates allow anyone with an opinion to share their thoughts, with musical accompaniment by Sousaphones Against Hate.
Before the beloved author and essayist died in March, she had already begun planning an art exhibit to celebrate life.
“Sometimes I meet people, and I think, what the heck, how are they so bloody strong?”
The farm on the grounds of the KAM Isaiah Israel synagogue in Chicago yields hundreds of pounds of fruits and vegetables per day.
The documentary “Disturbing the Peace” follows former Israeli soldiers and Palestinian fighters who team up to end the conflict.
“People on the left are not interested in listening to Jews. We’re seen as white, people of privilege, oppressors because of affiliation with Israel.”
Celebrate the founding of our country by visiting a statue of the secret hero of the American Revolution, Haym Salomon.