I am blessed in being both Asian and Jewish and being part of two traditions that focus on joy and bounty at this time of year.
Before Kenya Edelhart began attending Camp Be’chol Lashon in 2010—the only camp in the country designed for Jewish kids of color—she’d only ever met one other Black Jew.
Avinu Malkeinu, open our hearts so that we will see all the things we have been unwilling to see, and grow in humility and compassion.
As you get ready for this Rosh Hashanah, remember that prayer can go beyond words and consider what makes you feel full and what makes you feel at home.
In 5782, we have four suggestions for effective engagement in building communities of belonging.
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed us, how we interact with people, how we behave and how we live. I find one tradition that is not affected by this pandemic.