The life of one celebrated writer named Jerome crossed that of the most famous writer named Jerome in myriad ways.
If you’re looking for a reason that Meyerbeer’s opera “Dinorah” hasn’t been performed in the U.S. since 1925, you have to reckon with is the goat.
Jews showed up for Muslims, made sports history, protected survivors, and defended the environment.
I implore Democrats to show up at AIPAC and to take a stand. They must defend Israel by defending democracy.
If you know about Rahel Varnhagen, it’s probably because of Hannah Arendt.
It wasn’t a Purim joke, though it may have sounded like one.
Forward.com provides a chronological guide to the Forverts coverage of the Triangle fire, and links to the stories.
Forward archivist Chana Pollack uncovered and translated stories written 20-plus years later, memorializing the tragedy and the victims.
The sweatshop-conditions of the factory were unsustainable and dangerous. The lack of safety measures is widely blamed for the fire.
Mochi latkes, chicken soup with gyoza kreplach, brisket made with tonkatsu sauce…mhm….
“No one should be subjected to anti-Semitism or racism or sexism at work. To this day, Mother Earth has not apologized to me for what happened.”
No candidates attended in 2015 or 2011 either. Whether Democrats choose to skip the event next year will be really instructive.
Don’t look now, but Amy Schumer is treating a marginalized group with total respect.
The Jewish megadonor is accused of propositioning women for sex and other belittling comments made towards women.
“My big fantasy is that women and men will really start to talk to each other,” Aviad said.
Jared Kushner uses the encrypted messaging service WhatsApp to conduct official White House business.
The health food store fired the co-worker who pretended the cooler was a gas chamber — after the victim’s mom wrote a Facebook post.
Forward Senior Columnist Peter Beinart discusses with renowned historian Deborah Lipstadt the issue of rising anti-Semitism in America today.