Rudd says as a kid there was ‘always a Hitler documentary on’ in his house.
Showing them your favorite heirlooms not only teaches them where they come from but also helps increase their self-esteem.
Maybe there are other worthy pursuits, unconnected to law or politics or courts.
For young Jews, simply being a “member of the tribe” doesn’t seem to mean all that much.
Olympian Gabrielle Douglas has a complex religious background — a mixture of Christianity and Judaism. “I used to be Jewish,” she writes.
George Washington University will launch the first graduate program in the U.S. to mesh Jewish culture with management training. The first class will have just a handful of students.
The following is by one of our intrepid interns, Pnina Kessler, who has put together her thoughts on the demise of JDub (which we recently covered in our pages). It’s an insightful commentary on how much more needs to be done to appeal to young American Jews on a cultural level.