Black Jews Are Grieving, and We Need You to Help Us Mourn
What shiva can teach us about holding Black people during this traumatic time.
Remembering Victor McElhaney, the Rhythm of the Town
My cousin wasn’t Jewish, but his soul is a nigun, a song.
For My Camper, Ezra Schwartz
As I approached the Temple Sinai of Sharon, Massachusetts the words of King David’s Psalms could be heard from the street, and the pulsing prayers on Ezra’s behalf were rising skyward.