Boston Rabbi Shlomo Noginski details stabbing attack outside synagogue
The stabbing of a Chabad rabbi and double murder by a white supremacist have left Jewish Bostonians on edge.
Rabbi Shlomo Boginsky was attacked at the Chabad House in Brighton Commons Park.
A man whom authorities say left behind a notebook filled with antisemitic and racist entries shot two Black people dead in a suburb of Boston.
We are officially in Pride Month, and this year, with the return of some in-person events, it feels particularly festive.
“How will I possibly handle this?” I asked a friend.
Until two years ago, Amitai Abouzaglo didn’t know about the Uighurs. Today, he’s leading an advocacy movement within the Jewish world on their behalf.
Despite a year of isolation and pandemic restrictions, Jewish communities around the country are finding ways to come together for Yom HaShoah, the annual commemoration to honor the more than six million Jews murdered by Nazis and Nazi collaborators during the Holocaust.
“Race is new for white people, and that’s part of the problem. Jewish whiteness and the Jewish relationship to racism is different.”
“In short, this was a systemic failure,” school officials said.