Listen to those directly affected. Show up. And never lose sight of the bigger picture.
Don’t desecrate the memory of female survivors while taking away women’s right to choose
Mourning the era of American Jewish freedom
Universities and colleges are failing to protect Jewish students. It must stop.
After the Christchurch massacre, time to double down on partnerships and inclusion
The Democratic Party and American Jews must not take each other for granted
Our synagogues need a police presence that makes all of us feel safe—including those who are terrified of police
An open letter from one of the group’s earliest critics offers thanks to the march leaders for what they’ve gotten right and suggestions for what they need to do now
If the march leadership doesn’t take action now, the march itself will become a footnote as other women take the reins of American feminism for themselves
The movement’s leaders treat calls for accountability from Jewish allies as personal attacks or right-wing smears, but the criticism they face is the result of their own actions
Unless the Women’s March can live up to its own ideals it will destroy itself with hate
Why do so many Americans seem uncomfortable with the particular nature of the attack—its apparent motive, its specific victims—in Pittsburgh?
Campus Week: A guide for Jewish students and their elders
‘Every day there are new questions: What does it mean to raise a black Jewish daughter in the age of Trump? How do we keep her safe? How do we give her a Judaism that will embrace and love her?’
Not Shaun King
We must fight progressive anti-Semitism from the inside, before it destroys the social justice movements we helped to build—and alters the core values and political attachments of American Jewry
The Women’s March has been ignoring Jewish women and anti-Semitism from the start