by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg
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by Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt
I am deeply grateful that you were queen during my lifetime.
by Anna Brener
The pain and suffering of Ukrainians are heart wrenching. I had to do my part.
by Armin Rosen
Of the hundreds of hate crimes committed against Jews in the city since 2018, many documented on camera, only a single perpetrator has served even one day in prison.
by Sarah Pachter
by Judy Gruen
Dr. Edith Eva Eger, a Holocaust survivor and trauma expert, channels her experience to help others learn to move past suffering.
by Dina Coopersmith
Olivia Newton John’s death got me rethinking Grease’s messages regarding relationships and gender.
by Kayla Swartzberg
Through her relatable videos about Jewish cooking and life, Sonya is breaking misconceptions and sharing practical tips and wisdom.
by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
The singing sensation hailed from a distinguished Jewish family.
Caring words can make all the difference.
by Prof. Joshua Berman
Cousins of mine embarking on their new life in Israel shared chilling accounts of a country that resembles prewar Germany.
by Karen Feuer
We wanted a miracle but my life was at risk.
by Rivka Ronda Robinson
The Lansky Bros. are responsible for Elvis’s fashion sense. But don’t blame them for the jumpsuits.
by Mati Wagner
Israeli pop star, Yuval Dayan, sets off a firestorm. She’s just being true to herself.
by Erica Sager Pelman
Vulnerable pregnant Jewish women need more than rhetoric.
After the horrific shooting, a team of volunteers quickly mobilized into action.
Swastikas have a long history and are widely employed around the world today.
by Slovie Jungreis-Wolff
We are masters at writing people off based solely on external superficialities.
Surviving what life throws our way requires maintaining the sometimes-contradictory attitudes of hope and optimism, and realism and pragmatism.
by Richard L. Levine
My father was a POW at Stalag Luft I and was awarded the Purple Heart with Oak Leaf Cluster for his incredible bravery.
And paved the way for Atlanta to join the Major Leagues in the 1960s.
by Drops of Light
Dr. Gilbert Daniel Nessim unpacks the mindboggling complexity inside a seed.
by Jeff Jacoby
Toxic polarization is turning disagreements into a binary war of good vs. evil, right vs. wrong, enlightened vs. barbaric.
by Yariv Newman
The exhilarating movie has something to say about the high-stakes combat we all face in life.
Kindness goes in both directions.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
They do not merit fame – only infamy.
by Rabbi Akiva Males
My Memorial Day memories are shaped by a proud Jewish combat veteran who cared deeply about others.
by Rabbi Menachem Levine
If you want to encounter God, you need to experience silence.
by Faygie Holt
Changes made to federal law ensure that the Justice Department can step in when houses of worship are threatened.
The legendary “Queen of the Night”, who recently died, was haunted by her Holocaust experiences.
A new study conclusively shows multiple benefits of a faith-based life to working-class adolescents – particularly males.
An indictment of the “Wild West” atmosphere of social media and the price we all pay for it.
A government that can criminalize Holocaust denial this week can criminalize other opinions next week.
Michelle Friedman, a blind disability advocate, shares her story and strong opinions on what it means to be disabled.
by Rabbi Avi Baumol
Again, a despot brainwashes a nation into committing atrocities against an innocent people. But in Poland, we discover history does not have to repeat itself.
by Benjamin Elterman
What are you enslaved to? For me, it’s video games.
How do you change gears from the death of a young person to the celebration of a marriage of two young people?
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by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
My three takeaways from the shocking incident.
A former correspondent for the LA Times put down his pen and picked up a rifle, taking a stand in what he calls “a battle between good and evil.”
by Rabbi Simcha Weinstein
And three other Marvel Universe characters you didn’t know are Jewish.
The former Secretary of State, who has just died, discovered she was Jewish at age 59.
OP-ED: Let’s mark this haunting milestone by strengthening our resolve to fill our lives with meaning and love.
by Vitaliy N. Katsenelson
With ironclad control of media, Putin wants Russians to forget their history so he can repeat it.
With everything going on in the world, we need to inculcate her message now more than ever.
by B.C. Wallin
Why do we have to remember the most forgettable guy in the whole Purim story?
by David Harris
Russia invaded Ukraine for its own imperialist reasons. Ukraine, like other sovereign nations, has the right to chart its own destiny.
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