This isn’t an argument about desserts. It’s about terrorism and bigotry and the worst type of double standards that demonize the Jewish homeland and the people who live there.
What we might call a domestic plague is a very real public crisis, perhaps more so now than ever.
He left a disturbing legacy of inexcusable violence, but endures as a humanized figure of intense fascination for the American public.
Jewish outreach must be attractive without being intrusive, as well as mindful of other groups.
To understand a mother’s love is to know the story of Ruth Pearl.
Being the “fewest” has forged the culture and character of the Jewish people.
“My Unorthodox Life” Doesn’t Tell You That Orthodox Jewish Women Are Rocking the World of Jewish Law
Haart’s show tells only one of the many stories of Jewish women—the story of one who is repressed and silenced at every turn.
The Jewish people are nothing if not resilient. In our 3,300-year history, from slavery in Egypt to the creation of ancient Israel, from our...
Much has been written about Critical Race Theory (CRT) and the obsession with race that is sweeping the nation. This moment of racial reckoning...
The new Israeli government lost no time in signaling that it sees a golden opportunity to reenergize the country’s alliance with Diaspora Jewry.
With the Tokyo Olympics in Japan set to commence this week, it’s worth remembering all that has happened, and not happened, in the intervening 49 years since the Munich Olympic games.
Masih Alinejad is public enemy number one, as far as Tehran is concerned.
There’s a special role that educators can play in teaching young people to reject xenophobia and racism.
Malveaux’s anti-Jewish and anti-Zionist views are not unique—in fact, they are shared by many others in the discipline of Ethnic Studies, including at her own institution.
As Eric Garcetti prepares to head off to India as the U.S. Ambassador to that country, Los Angeles is still almost a year and a half away from its next scheduled election.
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