Jewish thinkers and doers—including Noah Feldman, Angela Buchdahl, Fania Oz-Salzberger and Joan Nathan—share five recommendations.
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We asked a group of rabbis, scholars, educators, writers, experts and artists to give us their recommendations. This is the first installment of an ongoing project.
Author Geraldine Brooks reviews Nathan Englander’s new book, kaddish.com
Deborah Lipstadt knows a lot about anti-Semitism, and she’s talked a lot about it lately, ever since her book Antisemitism: Here and Now came out right in the middle of the biggest public furor on the topic in years.
Moment asked millennial Jews, “How is your Judaism different from your parents’?” The young generation of the Jewish community looks diverse—and proud to be Jewish.
Until white members of our tribe repudiate default correlations between religion and race, and until we treat our black and brown brothers and sisters with equal dignity, we can never fulfill the promise of becoming a diverse, welcoming community in which every individual is seen as tzelem elohim, a mirror image of God
1. Are Bibi and AIPAC no longer BFFs? As promised last week, the Ilhan Omar controversy has died out and
Our reaction to the events in Pittsburgh began with mourning for the victims. From mourning we moved to the legitimate fear that comes from living in a nation where easily procured weapons of mass death terrorize people of color, Muslims, LGBTQ people and—as always—Jews.