2023 promises to be a tumultuous year. Instead of looking for saviors, let’s make it a year of study, justice, and love in our own lives.
Three years after the Hanukkah stabbing attack in Monsey, NY, both antisemitic attacks and mental health crises are still on the rise.
The apparent noninvolvement by any Jewish lawmakers raised eyebrows in some sectors of the American Jewish community, but proponents see another tool in the fight against antisemitism.
Flapping proudly in fallow fields, large green and yellow banners in rural Israel proclaim: Kan Shomrim Shmita (“Here We Keep Shmita”).
“The focus of the fest this year was about investing in solutions, and pulling away from supporting the systems that perpetuate the problem,”
Moment checks in with four participants from our Jewish Political Voices Project to ask for their reflections on this dramatic day.