"Being with each other as Jews of color is a radical act."
“As I learned more about Judaism, I learned more about being in the community and what does that mean, and I liked them and I wanted to be a part of it,”
The following are first-person reports from the women’s marches held in Atlanta, Washington and hundreds of other cities Saturday, Jan. 21.
Collision of racial justice, Israel, free speech issues putting Jewish students in bind. "The Israel question has morphed into an issue about race and identity rather than a conversation about policy," said Weinberg. director of research at Be'chol Lashon.
Since I was a little kid growing up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, I’ve always known that I was somehow different in the Jewish community.
What was it like to walk in the wilderness from Egypt to the Promised Land?
Yes…it was arson…
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