“How, I asked myself, could such evil have occurred in such a beautiful place, a place I love more than any other?”
“If you look at the Holocaust without that triumphant, redemptive story arc, you have to grapple with the randomness of what happens to people.”
Our first president more than tolerated Colonial Jews, writing a historic letter to the warden of Touro Synagogue that resonates today.
“He didn’t do anything out-and-out special. But he had an unbelievable impact on people. An outsized impact.”
Surprise: Henry didn’t listen.
The photos document the author’s life and family history, from a displaced person’s camp after the Holocaust to a Brooklyn childhood.
It’s that time of year again.
Jewish schools face a reckoning in the current calls for racial justice.
Jews around the world do bird, ladder, and ring-shaped challah.
Lithuania’s state historical institute on the Soviet domination of the country defended in court a deceased collaborator with Nazi Germany