People Of Color Face Discrimination At Shul — here’s how you can help change that.
Dear Roman Banks, today is going to be a good day.
Jewish Republican Congressional candidate Seth Grossman compared the investigation into Brett Kavanaugh to a “modern-day lynching.”
“Girls Trip” breakout star and former Bar Mitzvah party dancer Tiffany Haddish continued to steal hearts across America this week on “Late Night With Seth Meyers,” speaking about times she was happy not to be cast. (She also spoke, at length, about whale watching, but that’s another article.)
The graffiti was the latest in a string of white supremacist incidents on campus.
How can our teachers claim we should act as a light unto the nations when we are so completely unfamiliar with who these nations truly are?
“I’ve had a very racialized experience in the U.S.” said an African American Jewish leader.
You would be struck, President Trump, by how the gated community you grew up in Queens, N.Y. is changing and can no longer afford to remain isolated culturally and economically from its neighbors.
Diverse-by-design schools are on the rise and defying stereotypes.
President Donald Trump could have used his inaugural speech to send an uplifting, inclusive message that all Americans can unite as a people despite our very real differences on issues such as racial and class equality, immigration, education, free-speech and the nation’s place in the world.