As on other social media apps, there are plenty of prominent Jewish TikTokers who have built platforms for themselves on the ever-growing app.
Comedian Dave Chappelle sparked controversy about antisemitism after commenting on Ye’s recent comments in his SNL monologue.
On October 27, Elon Musk became the new CEO of Twitter. It does not seem to be going well.
On Tuesday, October 6, senior White House aide Stephen Miller confirmed his positive COVID status. Miller is one of a dozen staffers close to President Trump to have tested positive, but he’s the only one to have generated a lively Twitter conversation on the dos and don’ts of anti-Semitic tropes.
Challah is in its moment, having unseated sourdough as the baking task of the pandemic. Challah’s “moment” has lasted centuries, but now it also helps us place ourselves in time, reminding us that it is Friday, as one unreal day flows into the next. We feel a sense of community, a reassuring rhythm as Shabbat approaches, knowing that in Jewish homes all around the world flour is being measured.
“Do we gossip? Do we repost stories about friends, family or colleagues that ought not be repeated? Do we believe everything we read?”