Rabbi Joshua Rabin is the Director of Innovation at the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism (USCJ), and is the Program Director of the USCJ Convention.
By Joshua Rabin
For Jews, Racial Justice Requires Repentance
I will never forget the first time someone called me a racist. In the fourth grade, I got into a pushing match in the cafeteria with Umar, an African-American classmate, the cause of which I can no longer remember. The two of us were sent to the principal’s office, and when asked why he hit…
How To Fix Conservative Judaism’s Brand Problem
When Alan R. Mulally was first introduced as CEO of the Ford Motor Company in 2006, during a time of turmoil in the auto industry, he was asked by an employee what kind of car he drove. His answer, “A Lexus. It’s the finest car in the world.” Lexus is made by Toyota. This story…
Henry Kissinger: ‘If it were not for the accident of my birth, I would be antisemitic.’
Julianna Margulies is not your average ‘Karen’
Hamas is not as popular in Gaza as it seems. But Israel’s tactics will ensure their survival
Israeli women were raped and widowed by Hamas. Now the world ignores and mocks their suffering
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