One of the most healing aspect of Judaism to me is remembering pain and then transforming that into a commitment to heal myself, help heal others, and stand up for injustice so that our world can be better.
What one Birthright participant learned from her first trip to Israel.
JTA asked Jews of color to share their thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
A conversion brings wholeness to body, mind and spirit.
Julius Lester, a celebrated African American author and civil rights activist whose conversion to Judaism in the 1980s made him a celebrated face of Jewish diversity, has died at 78
African-American Jews can offer surprising insights about the Jewish community.
One might not expect to find a chapter titled “Mishpocheh” in Michael Twitty’s memoir chronicling his “journey through African-American culinary history in the Old South.”
At her New Jersey pulpit, trans-denominational Rabbi Tiferet Berenbaum takes on the idea of ‘comforting the afflicted and afflicting the comfortable’
I am going back to the mountaintop.