Stephen Bush, the Chair of the Board of Deputies’ Commission on Racial Inclusivity (CRI), has achieved something that Tony Sewell’s Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities could not: his report centered and upheld the truth.
Being Black in America is its own journey within the journey of just being human, and living, and discovering who you really are on a soul level. Then there’s being Black and Jewish.
Jewish stories deserve to be taken seriously by social advocacy movements, and we deserve to live in peace.
My response to American Jews disassociating themselves from their whiteness struck a chord.
I’m a Rabbi in Georgia. Ossoff and Warnock’s Victories Are a Huge Deal for Me — and Just About Everyone.
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.
We have to make it clear and make it a priority to celebrate all of the identities that exist within the Jewish community as well as recognize when parts of our community are in pain
Rabbi Joseph Dweck backs the Board of Deputies’ Commission on Racial Inclusivity after initially criticising its terms of reference.
Whether you realize it or not, you are helping to raise Black children.
The writer explores a three-decade quest to understand her mother’s words: ‘‘We’re not white. We’re Jewish.’