Your only two choices are Zionism and anti-Zionism. Pick wisely.
A new survey shows that a remedy American Jews have put their faith in for the past century may now be spreading the disease
How COVID, suburban migration, and technology are sweeping away legacy institutions and shaping a new 21st-century form of American Jewish identity
Americans of all races and political outlooks revile and attack Jews with unprecedented glee, while American Jews would rather talk about anything else
And why that’s not a good thing
Is this the end of American Jewry’s golden age?
Some call him indispensable. To others, he’s an impediment to answering today’s challenges.
In an excerpt from the new novel by the London-based writer, going over old stories
Seeking human connection and solidarity, within and without the Jewish community, in the wake of Pittsburgh
The left these days is no more than a feeling, and feelings change
A new lecture series by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik offers unexpected insights into the Jewish ideas that influenced America’s founders
Rabbi David Levinsky and Temple Har Shalom bring a little spirit to go along with the snow at Deer Valley Resort
And are we prepared for postmodern activism and the new realities of the Jewish people?
Look to Israel
Bibi and the case of ‘misplaced’ American Jewish fear
The 98-year-old creator of the famed poultry dish has died. So eat it like you’ve never eaten it before.
The ADL says most people in the Middle East harbor anti-Semitic views. But American Jews are largely in favor of offering safe haven to them.
For her latest book, the ‘haunting, urgent,’ ‘In the Darkroom,’ the reporter goes digging to find her father, a Holocaust survivor who became transgender—and unearths a meditation on American and American-Jewish identity in what turns out to be the Age of Trump
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