Covid has been a disruptor and accelerator for American Jewry laying bare questions that have been around for some time.
The only other woman who lay “in honor” at the Capitol was Rosa Parks — but she did not lie “in state” because she was not a veteran or stateswoman.
If we allow ourselves to grieve, embrace the neutral zone, and reimagine our work together, we will be well positioned to create a bright future
“For us, her birth leading into Rosh Hashanah symbolizes new beginnings and hope in the midst of tough days,” the Jewish mayor tweeted.
A Democratic win could shrink the Republican Senate majority, slashing the number of necessary GOP defectors from four to three.
2NJB Podcast: Fact Checker By Day, Comedian By Night
Replacing Ginsburg before the election would be a travesty. Not figuring out how to carry on her legacy would be a tragedy.
“Schitt’s Creek” made Emmys history after nine wins and a historic 15 nominations. What else was Jewy about last night? Tons.
“So now her wish will be heard,” the actor said after his blast during an MSNBC interview, “and let it be heard throughout the land.”
I identify as a gay and Jewish American. My rights are in limbo and the next administration will undoubtedly decide my future.
Converts are familiar with being alone on the high holidays; this year, everyone is getting a taste.
Jewish, deeply interested in education and culture, and a woman with an incredibly Jewish name to boot.
The late Supreme Court justice “started her incredible journey right here in Brooklyn,” Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in announcing the planning.
A week of shiva forces the novel’s protagonist to confront the unsettling fact that the central bond in her life has been one of conflict.
The justice’s passing just before Rosh Hashanah posed a dilemma for rabbis: Should they address the news? And how?
How Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s memory can be ‘for a blessing’
If you’ve been offline for Rosh Hashanah, you can catch up on the Forward’s coverage of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death here.
High Holiday lessons from Ruth Bader Ginsburg