in the post-modern debate about anti-Semitism, the chief culprits for both sides are people who insist they aren’t anti-Semites but rather love Jews.
Was the future of American Jewry inside the ZOA dinner on Sunday evening? Or outside, protesting?
Since Donald Trump’s surprise election, few in his administration have elicited as much sustained attention as his son-in-law, Jared Kushner.
Wouldn’t we rather our children chose not to identify as Jews than to be forced to do so, either by anti-Semitism or by internal pressure?
Jewish intellectual hypocrisy is what Eli Valley skewers in his new book, “Diaspora Boy: Comics on Crisis in America and Israel”
Gandhi says, if you want to win with violence, you will win with violence, but the violence will stay in the community after you win
Breaking out of the echo chamber is not only an exercise in truth. It is an exercise in honesty, compassion and empathy.
At Fire Island Synagogue, cantor Basya Schechter has turned summer-season congregation into a vibrant community. Her secret? Drum beats, tambourines and a little tribal spirituality.
The indefatigable web comic Jessie Kahnweiler is back with a new video, this one highlighting white privilege — the idea that whites can get away with doing something that would be way more likely to get a person of color arrested.
On a nondescript Brooklyn street stands Mizrahi Bookstore. The only Sephardic bookstore in the borough houses over 60,000 volumes — and even more incredible stories.