We asked readers what they were repenting for this year. Here’s what 127 of them said.
Jewish tradition calls one who dies at this auspicious time a tzadik , or righteous person. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was certainly one of them.
Remembering what I did on 9/11 — and 9/12 — and your weekend reads from The Forward
‘Words create worlds:’ The Forward announces style changes on identity terms, including capitalizing Black and de-hyphenating antisemitism
__A summer of service: ‘I learned that power never exists on its own’
For the High Holidays, confessing our individual sins
The Forward is pleased to announce a second $500,000 gift from Craig Newmark Philanthropies.
Study the commentary. Read the dissent. Remember the argument. Engage the people you criticize. Respect the Shammais.
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.