At San Francisco’s Glide Center for Social Justice, Michael Lezak brings his rabbinical training to a different kind of pulpit—one whose worship ‘celebrations’ include a gospel choir
Data suggests that the more a religious movement is concerned with progressive causes, the more likely it is to rapidly lose members
Months away from publishing her debut novel, a young Asian author and rising star of YA fiction just killed her own book to appease a social media mob condemning her work as racist despite the fact that they most likely hadn’t read it
Why I spent Tisha B’Av service at the OccupyICE tent in Portland
In ‘To Heal the World?,’ his critique of the modern Jewish left, Jonathan Neumann is not just wrong. He’s also way out of his league.
And are we prepared for postmodern activism and the new realities of the Jewish people?
Anti-Zionist Jews are trying to push mainstream progressive Jews out of leftist spaces. Let’s push back.
The more things changed since 1970, the more they stayed the same
The PopUp For Change program provides youths with the opportunity to think about social justice issues—and foment change
On election day, voters will weigh in on minimum-wage hikes. It’s a fight that reaches back to the Talmud.