We’ve asked nine Asian American Jewish leaders to share their experiences in the wake of increased violence against the AAPI community.
‘Willful amnesia of the loss we face is not a reflection of resilience, it is a sign of weakness.’
100 religious scholars and leaders are writing letters to the Biden administration for each of its first 100 days.
“The beauty and curse of being an American Jew is that we understand what it means to be oppressed and to be an oppressor.”
When it comes to the death penalty ‘Justice is not blind, but it is capricious.’
“As my grandparents would say this kind of thing historically has not been good for the Jews.”
What can Israelis learn from the Diaspora?