Israel

The Complex Nature of Intersectionality

Writer Erika K. Davis reflects on the Chicago Dyke March and provides perspective as a Queer Jew of Color.

Principled Preconditions Prevent People Progress

The meaningful statements that each side wants the other to make as a precondition to dialogue are unilateral capitulations to the other side’s truth.

My Holy Land Is In Georgia

Returning to myself means Georgia mountains more than Masada

10 Reasons Jewish Camps Love Israeli Staff

Celebrating our staff members who come all the way from Israel to spend their summers with us at Jewish camps!

Home Sweet Home: What Constitutes Home?

A home is where you have worked to create something deep, meaningful and profound.

After 69 Years, an Old New Paradigm is Needed

During the Holocaust we died in vain. We had no homeland and no state.

Collateral Damage When We Can’t Talk About Israel

He said, “I’m not—I mean, I support Israel’s right to exist and everything, it’s just—it brings up so much stuff.”

Modern-Day Moses: The Heroes Who Saved Ethiopian Jews

The heroes who endured torture and risked their lives to save Ethiopian Jews.

A Seder for Israel?

You’ve heard of a Passover Seder and maybe a Tu B’shevat Seder. How about an “Israel Seder“? The idea of a seder ...

African American Republican Congressional Candidate Turned Yeshiva Student

For some people, fitting into the status quo is soothing, comforting, peaceful. Not for me. For me, seeking a life ...