Thirty years after they joined a mob baying for Jewish blood, Yankel Rosenbaum’s killers still walk among us. So does the spirit of his brother, who sought justice.
The pandemic inflicts miseries that are particular to each place it visits
Tragedy transformed Devorah Halberstam into New York City’s most outspoken expert on anti-Semitic crime. Are we listening?
Bernie has been America’s greatest truth-teller on economic inequality, so why can’t he be truthful about anti-Semitism?
If we don’t show up for Jewish lives, no one else will
Tablet will hold simultaneous pre-Rosh Hashanah rallies in Brooklyn, Pittsburgh, and Poway
A 63-year-old Jewish man was smashed in the face with a paving stone, knocking out his front teeth and breaking his nose
As the leading targets of hate crimes, Jews are routinely being attacked in the streets of New York City. So why is no one acting like it’s a big deal?
Some Jewish community leaders are not wild about the city’s new vaccination edict, but they are overwhelmingly pro-vaccination
Jewish unity was on display in Crown Heights—all in the name of braided bread
Located along vibrant Nostrand Avenue, the ‘Brooklyn: Juxtaposition’ exhibition asks visitors to ‘opt in’
A dispatch from Grindr Shabbat, a service and dinner that embraces LGBTQ Jews
One assailant, after punching a Hasidic man on his way to shul in the face, said he was ‘fed up with Jews’
A Jew of color in Crown Heights braces for racist backlash
Police are searching for suspects who ransacked Crown Heights business
Forty percent of Jewish millennials may be unaffiliated. That doesn’t mean they’re not creating a new kind of Jewish world.
To understand what’s happening in Crown Heights today, look at Instagram
Police say murder of 60-year-old Brooklyn rabbi most likely a botched robbery
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