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We shouldn’t have to all agree on exactly what ails society or from where it derives in order to be part of the social justice fold.
Jews must insist there can be no shutting down of discourse in the name of progress.
Apparently, DEIJ initiatives in Jewish schools are not open for discussion.
The UN will mark the twentieth anniversary of this disgraceful episode on September 22, not to express the requisite remorse, but to celebrate its supposed achievements.
When I took the reins of a national umbrella group for Jewish community relations in 2016, disturbing ideological trends were afoot.
If you’ve been following the Ethnic Studies controversy in California over the past few years and came away thinking the Jewish community was left relatively unscathed, think again.
Seemingly overnight organizations have changed the language they use in describing the power dynamics of American society.
“Tikkun olam” is what Jews call the idea of the Jewish people making the world a better and more just place through good deeds...