At a time when we’ve never been more divided, fear for our safety is reminding us that our humanity comes before politics.
The illustrious world of Kabbalah and Mysticism as we know it was born on Shavuot in Salonika in 1533, courtesy of two outstanding Sephardic scholars.
Frequently forgotten are the stories, struggles and valiant rebuilding efforts of those who survived mass shootings — particularly the youth — but whose physical and emotional scars have yet to heal.
In recent years, in the aftermath of mass shootings in the United States, people have attacked the phrase “thoughts and prayers.” Their argument is...
Instead of trying to mass control weapons, Red Flag laws zero in on potential killers based on behavioral patterns we’ve seen in mass shootings.
The following is my dream list of classes I wish had existed when I was in middle school and high school.
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