Many Jews played roles in the civil-rights struggles of the past, and we need to find ways to play meaningful roles in them now.
I was raised to believe that a woman didn’t belong in the kitchen.
Is there such a thing as TMI?
The personal can still be political, relevant and poignant in the repressive time of the anti-immigrant, anti-abortion Trump and Pence.
Let’s defend personal writing on feminist (and literary!) grounds and make a feminist case against a gender-based confessional obligation.
For the first in a series of personal Shabbat essays, Masbia Soup Kitchen Network’s Alexander Rapaport relays the story of hosting the first Shabbat for the needy in a new Boro Park location.