Ezra Furman serves a strong red lip and well-wrapped tefillin .
We got Jennifer Grey. We got Jamie Dornan. We got Lola and Jemima Kirke.
Recent scholarship and online innovations have reunited Jewish victims and their heirs with their libraries.
Just one small synagogue has divested from fossil fuels. With climate change upon us, why are other Jewish organizations taking so long to do so, too?
“The change here will have some impact, but it doesn’t mean that large swaths of gambling that were once legal are now illegal and vice versa.”
The Democratic National Committee is no longer listed as a partner of the Women’s March, joining the SPLC and Emily’s List.
Agudath Israel, along with the Catholic Church, lobbies against a bill that would provide more legal tools to child sexual abuse survivors. Why?
“The focus of the piece wasn’t King’s embrace of white identity politics, which we assumed was well known.”
“Performing is the only excuse for my existence,” Channing said in 1995.
The March has evolved over the past few months as we humbly acknowledged our failings. Our movement is a safe place for Jewish women
My intersectional experience as a feminist Latina immigrant from Argentina and a Sephardi Jew led me to abstain from the current Women’s March
The mission comes nearly 75 years after tens of thousands of Hungarian Jews were shot on the banks of the river and their bodies dumped in the water.
Justin Amash is a Palestinian-American libertarian Michigan Republican who is buddies with a gay liberal Jewish Democrat and loves to buck his party.
“When it comes to Princeton … There’s always the fear of it people calling it anti-Semitic, even if you know it isn’t.”
Black Jewish writers and leaders embody an alternative to a Jewish identity based in strictly policed in-marriage and ethnic ties.