The scenes from Afghanistan seem too dire to overcome. But there are things each of us can do right now that can make a major impact.
Jews know the story unfolding in Afghanistan — and know it doesn’t end well for those left behind. We must act now, before it is too late.
Some LGBTQ Jews say they feel pressured to renounce their attachment to Israel.
“My mind was going back and hearing rhetoric that wasn’t much different than what was going on in the beginning of the Nazi era.”
For women trapped in abusive relationships, being confined to the home can be more life-threatening than COVID-19.
For Cordula Hahn, a Holocaust survivor in Brooklyn, the first trigger was the lack of toilet paper.
The stories of one group of women have yet to crest into the mainstream and get the recognition they deserve: Holocaust survivors.