Unholier Than Thou:Anti-Racism & Anti-Semitism
Friends of Be'chol Lason Rabbi Sandra Lawson, rabbinical student Kendell Pinckney, and Shekhiynah Larks on being caught in the middle of two crucial American conversations: the fight against racism and the fight against anti-Semitism.
Let’s Make Jewish Spaces More Welcoming for Black Kids Like Mine
We hope our son and daughter will find a synagogue where they can be their authentic Black and Jewish selves.
As a Black Jew, I am caught in the middle
Here’s the thing: Racism, specifically anti-Black racism, and anti-Semitism in America are linked.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Where Is the Outrage Over Anti-Semitism in Sports and Hollywood?
The Hollywood Reporter columnist calls out the hateful outbursts against Jews by Ice Cube, DeSean Jackson and others and explains how the muted response "perpetuates racism" and contributes to an overall "Apatholypse."
What made an anti-Semitic Spanish diplomat rescue 150 Macedonian Jews? His wife
New evidence shows that Julio Palencia was likely influenced by his Greek spouse, Zoe Dragoumis, to issue last-minute passports, pull 150 off trains – and adopt two Jewish children.
New York City’s latest tactic to combat anti-Semitism: An ad campaign featuring diverse Jewish New Yorkers
New York City is hoping that a new ad campaign will make Jewish New Yorkers feel comfortable despite a recent spate of anti-Semitic attacks.
What Is a Jew of Color?
Although nowhere in Jewish texts and tradition was it ever suggested people with fair skin are superior, Jewish society is not immune to the disease of colorism.
In Light of Rising Anti-Semitism, Rethinking Black-Jewish Relations
When we fight for a fairer and more just America, and we fight for it as proud Jews, we all win.
Meet Moses Elisaf, The First Jewish Mayor In Greece, The Cradle Of Democracy
Despite centuries of widespread anti-Semitism in Greece, a Jewish man becomes the mayor of a Greek city.