Signs have ranged from the very religious to the secular, but all have a common theme— invoking Jewish identity.
“This is such a blessing. I’ve been here through riots and we had different uprisings and different things that went on in the Crown Heights community between Blacks and Jews. This to me is, I’m almost choked,” said Felicia Gomes, 55, a lifelong Crown Heights resident after stumbling upon a Black Lives Matter solidarity march in her neighborhood organized by the community’s Jewish residents.
Laying tefillin always felt like one step too far for me. An act of submission at a time when I thought of myself more as a rebel.
The Conservative/Masorti movement of Judaism has okayed the use of livestreaming on Shabbat and holidays.
“Those who don’t social distance should be called out — but generalizing against the whole population is outrageous … so many are scapegoating Jews.
At least 100 people gathered Friday outside of the the Chabad Lubavitch’s headquarters in Brooklyn to pay their respects to a rabbi who passed away earlier in the day.
Here are a few of our favorite photos from the “No Fear. No Hate” solidarity rally in New York.
We went there. We saw the trend on Twitter with people asking their followers about their most controversial opinions on a certain subject matter.
“I grew up going with my dad to the shuk. I think this is the essence of Israeli cuisine.”
“Shuk,” which in Hebrew and Arabic means market, is a very personal cookbook for Israeli-born Chef Einat Admony.