Anne Frank’s story could seem straightforward. Mirjam Pressler knew it was anything but.
Since a takeover of Amazon’s self-publishing company, neither Yiddish nor Hebrew are among the 40 languages in which content can be uploaded.
The “Yiddish Marathon” in Greece drew a lively crowd of 80 people, from children to retirees.
Upper West Side, prepare yourself.
On MLK Day, ask yourself: Do you know your neighbors?
‘I would not be any place else at this moment,’ Steinem declared at the NYC Women’s March on Saturday.
“Everyone has so much to gain from the toppling of patriarchy, including men.”
Not every bearded drag queen can play the ukulele in a towering purple wig and a dress made of balloons.
Women: can’t live with ‘em, can’t let ‘em bust ghosts.
“I really like the new crop of young people who were just elected to Congress. They now need to stop acting like young people, OK?”
The term has become so weaponized and partisan that it’s become a counterproductive and demeaning slur.
I have seen women of different religions, socioeconomic levels, belief systems, and lifestyles, come together toward a common goal and make it happen.
“The unhinged left has teamed up with Republican ‘NeverTrumpers’ and is pulling out all the stops to destroy me.”
Jexit is believed to stand for Jews Exit, a play on Brexit, which stands for Britain’s exiting the European Union.
It’s understandable that we would highlight the positive examples of this solidarity when we’re given the opportunity to do so.
“We didn’t move. The movement left us.”
“We don’t want to make it seem anything other than that was a mistake. It was an accident.”
I agonized over what to write on my poster for the Women’s March this past Saturday.
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