November 11, 2019

Rabbi Robin Podolsky

Rabbi Robin Podolsky teaches Jewish Thought at California State University at Long Beach and serves as affiliated clergy at Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and Eagle Rock. She strives to live and teach a Judaism that is rich with answers and productive questions for people who seek meaning, justice, and kindness in a complex world. She Rabbi Podolsky has published articles in the Journal of Jewish Ethics, the Pluralist, Response, and European Judaism.
When not even the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and the American Jewish Committee (AJC) can stomach your shtus, you have gone well off the rails.
I will go to the Women’s March as the Jewish woman I am with my kippah on my head. Possibly I’ll get ignored or disrespected or tossed out.
American Jews headed to the polls on Nov. 6 spurred by concern over health care, gun violence and the predatory glances
Shabbat was shattered with the news that 11 Jews were murdered in the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh.
2 years ago
Of blessings, gratitude, and the urgency of Puerto Rico.
What happens when peace activists gather in the Hebron hills?
To care for the stranger in L.A. is fight for housing that working people can afford.
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