And both of them are talking about me
Why are the rabbis who were so vocal about the Iran deal so quiet when Americans are attacked on the streets by Nazis?
The only Jewish member of the most popular a cappella group in the world is moving on
Israel’s Interior Ministry is not allowing a cohort of nine Venezuelan Jewish converts to make aliyah, claiming their engagement in the dwindling Jewish community has not been sufficient
The right-wing pundit spoke at Yeshiva University this week and said, ‘Transgender people are unfortunately suffering from a significant mental illness’
A mini interview with two rising stars in the Jewish rap game
My daughter wants to play with other black Jewish children, but her options are limited in our neighborhood
What will happen to the officer who shot Terence Crutcher?
According to Jewish tradition, all the calamities of our 2,000-year exile can be traced to a fatal flaw that is still with us
You can’t complain about the direction of a conversation when you haven’t been participating in it
Rabbi Yosef Hadane was controversially denied an extension of his tenure by Israel’s Religious Services Ministry. Now, facing pressure, the organization is seeking to extend his contract.
When both a father and his offspring are leaders, what’s the most ideal dynamic between them?
A superhero hails Hydra—why?
Jews are not monolithic, and nowhere is that clearer than when it comes to one of Judaism’s oldest rituals
To create a charoset dish that holds meaning for African-American Jews, try including ingredients that are derived from crops of the transatlantic slave trade
Thoughts on the importance of the updated list of ‘Welcoming & Diverse Synagogues’ curated by Shirley Gindler-Price, the former president of the Jewish Multiracial Network