By Kayla Cohen
I lost my non-Jewish aunt. Could I sit shiva for her?
At the start of this year, I received news that my aunt, who lived in Scotland, where my mother and her seven siblings were born and raised, had lost her nearly five-year-long battle with pancreatic cancer. That following Friday night proved more difficult than I could have anticipated. I’m in my senior year of college,…
99 years ago, she was born on the Lower East Side (and she still remembers everything)
Is Elon Musk Jewish?
Jewish, Asian and taking over Broadway: meet the next great musical star-in-the-making
This punk rock legend survived the Holocaust — and she’s still singing and fighting
In Case You Missed It
‘A clarion call’: Buffalo’s Jewish community responds to mass shooting
The gunman killed Black people. But his screed focuses on Jews.
‘Whose religious freedom?’: Scenes from a Jewish rally for abortion rights
France’s newly-appointed prime minister is the daughter of a Holocaust survivor