“Their intention (the standards writers) was to cover everything in that time period of WWII.”
“I am not a slave. That’s true,” Hannah-Jones deadpanned.
“Not sure what’s an appropriate manner to use a swastika.”
‘I’m passionate about opening schools inside WeWork buildings, so that parents can see their kids more often.’
“It’s not a religious issue. It’s a question of economics,” a school board member said, citing teacher and student absences during the holidays.
Jane Eisner, the Forward’s editor-in-chief, reflects on the Jewish arguments for and against religious exemptions for birth control coverage.
“We believe the initiative in this tender is not in the best interest of engaging American Jewish college students,” Hillel International said.
A school official called the assignment “a teachable moment.”
September 7 will mark the first day of school for over 60,000 Hasidic Jewish children who will learn absolutely nothing that’ll help them find a job.
“I’m not changing my community. I’m protecting it.”