Our movement believes in a world in which all people can live lives of dignity and freedom, and Barrett represents a clear threat to that vision.
Ultimately, the future will be a hybrid of the way we did things before and the way we’re doing them now.
The Reform Jewish movement is struggling with gender equity, writes the incoming executive of the Central Conference of American Rabbis.
The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court would present a dire threat to the Jewish vision of justice in modern American history.
As 2018 begins, one rabbi offers a partial vision for the progress Jewish women should envision in the year ahead.
2017 has been the year of women claiming agency — from the women’s march to Torah study.
Can you design a prayer book that includes those who are LGBTQ, or intermarried, or disabled, or Jews of color? Sure you can — and hey, why not throw in some Walt Whitman and Grace Paley to boot!