The Great Big Jewish Food Fest seeks to celebrate the diversity of Jewish food, from its rich global history, its diversity of flavors and identities, its religious and cultural foundations, and its intersection with modernity.
Several Jews of color share their thoughts on inclusion and challenges within Jewish Atlanta.
Twitter can be a terrible place (for example, it has a Nazi problem and lots of anti-Semitic conspiracy theories). But it can also be delightful — full of stories about puppies, jokes about Jared Kushner and Cynthia Nixon’s bagel order, and Russian Doll tweets. But there’s one segment of Twitter that could actually make your scrolling experience meaningful: rabbis.
“The goal is to broaden our narrative, and broaden our vision and understanding.”
What was it like to walk in the wilderness from Egypt to the Promised Land?
Telling the story of a movement set in the context of 200 years of history, in 127 minutes means that inevitably some of the lines between history and myth will be blurred.
Celebrating Sukkot on the Canadian shores of Lake Ontario, as I did as a child, was fraught with complications.
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