Partner Blogs

Rabbis Without Borders

When Faced With Hatred, Do We Stay or Do We Go?

But there came a time when the racism joined with political power was simply too much...

Keshet

When Your Congregation Isn’t as Inclusive as You Thought

Tips for an inclusive synagogue from the mother of a non-binary child.

Rabbis Without Borders

CRISPR, the Eclipse and Rabbi Soloveitchik

The fact that we can even think about changing genes to let blind people see is an incredible achievement in and of itself

When The History of Anti-Semitism and Racism Come Together

How the grandchild of Holocaust survivors and mother of an African American navigates the history of hate.

Why I Wear My Kippah More Now

On outwardly religious apparel in the post-Charlottesville world.

Charlottesville Feels Too Familiar

The hatred at the Unite the Right march was unacceptable - but not "unimaginable"

Keshet’s Shabbaton Helped me Change the Narrative

By writing a book with an LGBTQIA+ Jewish character.

A Test from God

Remember the source of our wealth

A Very Important Thank You

Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I can’t say it enough

Why?

Responding to the winds of change around us rather than simply being buffeted by them

Wednesdays In Mississippi

A new Mississippi resident learns about other northern women's sojourns south

Occupier and Occupied

At the front lines of trying to build Israeli-Palestinian peace.

You Can’t Hide From Your Jewish Self

Eventually, your identity becomes undeniable - and that's awesome.

A Refugee from Laos Finds a Home in the Jewish Community

What Holocaust survivors taught this refugee from Laos.