This week, Jews around the world will observe the second Yom Kippur of the Covid era. Despite the uncertainty of the never-ending pandemic, it remains a time for taking stock of the year that was and holding out hope for better times ahead.
An advocate for peaceful co-existence refuses to submit to hopelessness.
Unity in shared humanity is easier in fictional parables.
American Nazis are coming out of the woodwork, so are those who punch them. Here’s a reading list to help figure out just what is going on.
Purim is the Israeli Halloween. Children dress up for school and devour hamantaschen, the holiday cookie. But there’s a darker side to the holiday, too.
When American Jews speak, Israel is forced to listen.
Comic: An Israeli expat watched the violence in Israel from abroad.
For many countries bringing women into peace negotiations has proved successful. Israelis and Palestinians should follow suit.
Amy Schumer and her cousin, New York Senator Chuck Schumer, are teaming up on an initiative to prompt politicians to act against gun violence.
Dozens of businesses were looted amid violents riots in Baltimore this week. One Jewish-owned store, Sports Mart, asseses the damage — and wonders, what comes next?