It’s understandable that we would highlight the positive examples of this solidarity when we’re given the opportunity to do so.
Today, don’t just celebrate the convenient version of Martin Luther King
The KKK distributed racist fliers in a city named for Robert E. Lee’s ancestor.
Alvin Lee Smalls has been baking exquisite rugelach in Harlem for more than 50 years.
Just before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the National Library of Israel has unveiled a timely letter from its Martin Buber Archive.
Jews cannot step up for equality unless we are willing to admit that Jews are in some way responsible for the racial reality our society constructs.
— Rabbi Saul Leeman, a longtime leader of Conservative congregations in Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and a civil rights activist who marched from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in 1965, has died at 100. Leeman, who served the Cranston Jewish Center on Rhode Island and later Temple Shalom in Medford, Massachusetts, died April 5. The Providence Journal…
I was saddened to read my colleague, boss and friend Jane Eisner recently acting like Dr. Martin Luther King’s critics.
When he attended Daniel Pearl’s funeral, Muhammad Ali demonstrated that he had long ago moved well past that hate. Hopefully that is the Muhammad Ali who Michael Bennett ends up emulating.
“There is enough really awful hate talk in the world. And maybe not enough Dumbledore,” she wrote on Facebook about the swastika on her door.