The signs of my family’s Jewish community are almost completely erased from their village in Romania, but I could still hear the echoes.
As high holidays move to Zoom, one woman reflects on her prescient choice to pray online last year.
The Torah tells us to protect the earth, and yet Orthodox Jewish voices are absent from the conversation on climate change.
Summer was still rewarding for the teens studying with top Hartman scholars in a pilot program for emerging Jewish leaders.
American Jewish students are more interested in the climate crisis and in the racial turmoil in the U.S. than they are in Israel’s conflicts.
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