The NCJW’s president said DC is “where we belong.”
When Jews disown Stephen Miller, they declare their solidarity with the victims of his persecution.
The Anti-Defamation League, National Council of Jewish Women and HIAS have filed a grievance with the Zionist Organization of America.
The first step in stopping hate crimes is reporting the incidents to the FBI, yet over 1,500 local law enforcement agencies don’t do so. Why?
“It is no longer alarming that our @POTUS is tweeting violent anti-Muslim videos created by far right extremists – it is a four alarm fire.”
The director of the Anti-Defamation League called for “tough, effective gun violence prevention measures.”
It was a powerful, historic moment for millions of women, men and children who stood at the same intersection and on the same path.
The magnitude of the Women’s March on Washington took Jewish participants, like many others, by surprise. Organized groups of Jewish protestors had planned to meet on a street corner not far from the rally’s staging point and march together with the rest of the huge throng.
While some participants may carry pro-Palestinian signs, Jewish partners made sure the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not part of the rally’s platform
Donald Trump’s inauguration is on Friday; the Women’s March is on Saturday, the Jewish day of rest, or Shabbat. What would the rabbis make of it?