Engaging with those who support the Trump administration’s policies is a tricky, but necessary, process.
I’m grateful to be part of a Jewish community that understands that human rights and preserving life are the bedrock values of our tradition
I have noticed that there are actually some striking comparisons to an important Biblical story in Sessions’ policy that merit some unpacking.
The national debate about abortion is back, and it’s pretty clear where the Jewish community falls.
Looking back on the terrifying year we’ve had since the presidency was called for Trump, one thought particularly stands out: I’m really proud of us
The questions that we ask on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are not theoretical. They’ve never been. But perhaps this year, we see this more than ever.
Being poor, being ill, being, even momentarily, not blessed in every way, is not a moral failing.
Reporter Deborah Cotton, who died four years after being shot at a New Orleans Mother’s Day parade, fought for crime survivors and prison reform.
The Talmud posits that the Sodomites developed an elaborate ruse to exploit the poor under false pretenses. Sound familiar?
One rabbi recounts how she navigated the baffling red tape of the Ministry of the Interior.