As a German Jew Raising a Family in America, I Did Not Sign Up for This

Julian Voloj, Kveller, 01/14/2021

I usually am not in favor of Nazi analogies because such comparisons downplay the horrors of the era, but so many events over the last years seemed to echo the past.

Being a Black Jewish Woman in America on January 6

Tova Ricardo, Jewish Journal, 01/11/2021

Jewish stories deserve to be taken seriously by social advocacy movements, and we deserve to live in peace.

Who’s The Enemy? Why This Black Jew Is Tired

Shekhiynah Larks, Blavity, 08/07/2020

If we are going to fight white supremacy, it’s not enough to only understand your own oppression.

As a Black Jew, I’m Being Forced to Walk a Tightrope After the Monsey Attack

Shekhiynah Larks, Heyalma, 01/02/2020

Being unapologetically Black and Jewish is a revolutionary act.

1st US Ethnic Studies Plan Called Anti-Semitic, Faces Update

Don Thompson, Black Voice News, 08/19/2019

California’s effort to write the nation’s first ethnic studies curriculum for public schools has united liberals and conservatives: They think it’s terrible.

After Pittsburgh, Why “They” Won’t Win

Marcella White Campbell, Jewish&, 10/31/2018

Mom draws on Black and Jewish heritage in face of daughter's fear

Katy Perry is no Sacha Baron Cohen

Aryeh Weinberg, Jewish&, 05/06/2014

Thinking About Jewish Tolerance

Leslie Bunder, Jerusalem Post, 02/21/2006


I’m a Rabbi in Georgia. Ossoff and Warnock’s Victories Are a Huge Deal for Me — and Just About Everyone.

Shekhiynah Lar, , 01/01/1970

With each election that happened since we moved here, I began to see what he saw. To understand politics in Georgia, you need to understand more than the history of white supremacy and the enslavement of Black people in this state.