Bari Weiss’s experience took place in an Opinion section undergoing a transformation during an intensely polarized period in our history.
What I admire most about Bennet’s memo — and what is most relevant to today’s turmoil over the boundaries of our journalism — is its humility.
A scream that comes, also, from months of being cooped up in our corners, of feeling vulnerable and impotent to a deadly virus
Our ability to exercise extreme empathy — toward everyone in our own communities and beyond — will help determine what kind of Judaism we leave.
Now comes the reckoning. The flattening of the Jewish world is both thrilling and terrifying.
What started with the onset of coronavirus as a way to give extra to the working-class families of Hubbard’s congregation has become a food pantry.
I’ll be thinking of Freddie the next time someone asks me to do something for someone else, for the world, to show up
We want to hear from campers, counselors and their parents.
Our kids need camp. Not just despite or even because of the coronavirus. But because they need independence — and Jewish song sessions.
Haredi Jews are an especially easy scapegoat for bigotry and anti-Semitism because they are easily seen as other.