Jewish day schools are rethinking how they teach students about American racism. Among the subjects they’ll have to examine? Their own history.
The children of Ethiopian descent met in an auxiliary room with a separate entrance.
While all of his white classmates stayed home when his school was desegregated, Howard Lovy was proud to be in attendance.
“I can’t find anyone who likes her per se. But because we’re in a deeply red state…they will support her even though they don’t like her.”
One of the first Jewish women to graduate Harvard Medical School, Dr. Nanette Wenger worked tirelessly to end segregation in Atlanta hospitals.
Israeli hospital officials and their American fundraising arms have forcefully rejected claims of segregation.
The town of Afula is the latest battleground over segregated housing in Israel. Illegal discrimination runs deep in the Jewish state — and not just against Arabs.
As American Jews, we like to think that we’re on the side of the oppressed. But in Kentucky, some Jews owned slaves, some helped the Harlan miners, and some fought desegregation. How do we own up to that history?
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suspended on Wednesday new bus travel and checkpoint regulations for Palestinian laborers only hours after they were imposed to an outcry by critics accusing Israel of racial segregation.
Where are you for the High Holidays? Orthodox men pray in the main sanctuary at synagogue. A new exhibit depicts how different it is for women.