Sunday, July 5, 2020



Lara Kollab and the Disease of Anti-Semitism

Canary Mission, a website that highlights hateful remarks by anti-Israel students and professors, recently exposed anti-Semitic statements by Lara Kollab, who was, until September,...

A promise for Rosh Hashanah: Remembering the value of dignity

After all the political speechmaking of the past few weeks, in the wake of all the claims and fact-checking, name-calling and back-slapping, one simple word has stuck in my mind and my heart. It was spoken at the beginning of Barack Obama’s short tribute film that was shown just before the president made his speech to accept the nomination for re-election.

Even the subtlest slight deserves a challenge

It happens to all of us. You are with friends, engaged in small talk, and then someone makes a disparaging comment about a common acquaintance. You didn\'t see the insult coming, but there it is. It\'s entered the conversation. What should you do? Should you challenge the slight or let it go by unaddressed?

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