“What would it take to make sure that defendants and their co-conspirators never ever do anything like this ever again?”
Alan Levine is facing down neo-Nazis in court while serving as chair of the board of the Jewish Theological Seminary.
The studies “really widen the aperture of the way we think about identity and belonging in the workplace,” one leader said.
“What we’re talking about here is an organized effort to transform society,” Peter Simi told jurors.
Alfred Gottschalk ordained some of the first female rabbis, but an investigation accuses him of harassing and assaulting women.
Hebrew Union College unearths a history of harassment against women and others who don’t conform to the traditional image of a rabbi.
Rabbi Tom Gutherz wants to set the record straight on how Charlottesville’s Jews responded to Unite the Right.
A Jewish UVA grad testified about her terror as an antisemitic mob chanted “Jews will not replace us” outside her dorm room.
Deborah Lipstadt, President Biden’s nominee for global antisemitism envoy, is slated to testify as early as Wednesday afternoon in a federal trial in which nine plaintiffs are accusing 14 men and 10 groups of conspiring to violate their civil rights at the 2017 “Unite the Right” rally that killed a counter-protester and injured 35 others.
Hundreds of Jewish students and supporters gathered on the campus of George Washington University Monday evening to protest the vandalism of a replica Torah in the basement of a fraternity house on campus.