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Antisemitism Is Anti-American

By addressing antisemitism head-on, we reaffirm our commitment to the core values that make America strong and resilient.

12 Tough Questions and Simple Answers About Israel

I hope that all of you will use my answers as springboards for more formal and informal discussions clarifying where you agree – and where you disagree – with me, with Israel, with others.

Nothing Feels Normal

When we are confronted with this much change and the slashing away of norms, our psyches and our souls need compassion and nurturing.

Briahna Joy Gray Blames Everyone But Herself

Not only has she misrepresented the facts surrounding her firing, she has rejected the testimonies of sexual assault victims, denied clear evidence of sexual violence by Hamas and launched personal attacks on pro-Israel individuals, myself included.

A Chronicle of Hate

After more than eight months of demonstrations, unrest and outright bigotry and antisemitism that directly corresponded with the Gaza war, let’s review what happened in the closing days of the 2023-24 school year.

The Talk for the Jewish Community

Creating a new Jewish tradition of teaching our children lessons about the world they are in is one powerful and direct way Jewish parents can help protect and fortify the next generation.

Many Jews Are Dizzy, and I Think I Know Why

We may have some happy times, some creative and productive times, some spiritually elevating times, but somehow, at some point, and often when we least expect it, the tentacles of Oct. 7 reel us back in.

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