“Where is the accountability, the transparency? And why are students cowered into silence?”
“I want to believe that my children and grandchildren will inherit an America that knows how to correct itself, peacefully and wisely.”
“The emergence of the BDS movement has revived old questions about the legitimacy of Zionism..,” Nathan Thrall writes in his recent essay.
“We need you — readers, supporters, citizens — to defend what we do and how we do it.”
Some found comfort in religious law and rabbinic counseling; others felt alone and ashamed.
“The worst thing someone has done should not necessarily obliterate all the contributions he or she has made to the greater good.”
What a week to be away!
A truly repentant journalist would recognize the more subtle but equally insidious ways in which women are diminished or erased from public life.
In Chautauqua, Jane Eisner found peace and inspiration in services that emphasize pluralism and an embrace of the “other.”
We need another Trumpatorium, a declaration against the rising tide of intolerance in American public discourse.