In a race with no clear front-runner, these candidates are vying to head the world’s largest Jewish nonprofit.
On a recent warm night in Madrid, a young woman shared that she had travelled over 3,000 miles, leaving her husband and two young children in Montreal, to claim Spanish citizenship.
“What we’re hoping to do is give people one version of what it means to live Jewishly in connection to the land.”
Climate change, COVID, rising antisemitism — one artist imagines a structure to root Jewish identity if society fully collapses.
A lobby has been launched in the Knesset urging the government to take responsibility for preserving Yiddish as a national language.
Despite political drift, U.S. and Israeli Jews must stand up for shared values.
Diaspora Jews have a long history of fighting for social justice, using history as a source.
“We committed to [liberty, justice, peace] at the eve of the War of Independence; at a time when we did not know whether the State… would survive.
White privilege happens when a people assumes unearned entitlements, when they take conditions for granted that give one group an advantage.
To a growing number of Diaspora Jews, it feels like Israel is pushing us away. If Israel cares to bridge the gap, what should it do?