My parents never spoke “Jewish” at home—they wanted their kids to be American. But the year the survivors lived with us, I learned Yiddish in teaching them English.
During the trial, prosecutors called on 60 witnesses, and survivors testified to their horrifying experiences inside the synagogue.
This May, climate action organization Dayenu released “Rising Tides, Rising Voices: Songs for the Jewish Climate Movement,” a digital songbook, which brings together a diverse set of songs—Jewish and secular, English and Hebrew, chanted and sung—for Jewish climate activism.
Although the Shanghai ghetto was in one of the most dilapidated parts of the city, it was totally unlike the Nazi ghettos of Europe.
On the 29th anniversary of the AMIA bombing in Buenos Aires, we take a look back at how Argentina’s Jewish community dealt with the tragedy.
Much like the Mexican town in which it’s located, JC3 is freewheeling, nonconformist and unabashedly unaffiliated.
Deep-red Indiana isn’t a state you’d ordinarily look to as the leading edge of post-Roe v. Wade abortion politics—but a legal case there called into question whether Reform and Conservative Jewst need to be taken seriously as religious objectors.