This Tu B’Shvat, we must plant ourselves as trees, so that we may confront the climate crisis today.
L’dor v’dor is a deeply-held Jewish value, but if our future is on fire, it won’t be possible.
We have the chance to rebuild our systems to be resilient and prepared for the next disaster.
With more refugees in the world today than ever before in history, and the future of America’s commitment to being a safe haven to people fleeing persecution dangerously threatened, Passover could not be more resonant.
Now, more than ever, the American Jewish community must call on our country’s elected officials to ensure that vulnerable populations of all ethnic and religious backgrounds are offered refuge in time of need.
Synagogues in places as varied as Albany, Chicago, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Philadelphia, St. Louis and San Francisco are helping newly-arrived families rebuild their lives.
Don’t sing ‘Dayenu’ until we’re all free, Jennie Rosenn writes.