Juneteenth Kabbalat Shabbat

Juneteenth Kabbalat Shabbat

Diane Tob, 06/14/2021

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How we think about enslavement matters

How we think about enslavement matters

Nell Irvin Painter, The Guardian, 08/14/2019

400 years ago, the first Africans who came to America were not ‘enslaved’, they were indentured – and this makes a crucial difference when we think about the meanings of our past.

How we think about the term ‘enslaved’ matters

How we think about the term 'enslaved' matters

Nell Irvin Painter, The Guardian, 08/14/2019

400 years ago, the first Africans who came to America were not ‘enslaved’, they were indentured – and this makes a crucial difference when we think about the meanings of our past.

Never Again, Northern Star

Never Again, Northern Star

Stacey Aviva Flint, The New York Jewish Week, 05/02/2019

One of the most healing aspect of Judaism to me is remembering pain and then transforming that into a commitment to heal myself, help heal others, and stand up for injustice so that our world can be better.

Navigating Jewish and American Slavery Narratives

Navigating Jewish and American Slavery Narratives

Steven Sirbu, Jewish&, 01/11/2016

As Jews, we know about the power of narrative.

Why Are We Called the Children of Israel and Not Jacob?

Why Are We Called the Children of Israel and Not Jacob?

Rabbi Isaiah Rothstein, Jewish&, 12/01/2014

As a Jew, do I respond to the needs of the stranger as I am repeatedly commanded to do so?

In Sudan, A Modern-Day Story of Slavery

In Sudan, A Modern-Day Story of Slavery

Charles Jacobs, Forward, 04/09/2004

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