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Shabbat 124

Moving it.

Southern & Jewish

A Bar Mitzvah in the Mississippi Delta During A Global Pandemic

Even during times like these, small southern Jewish communities find a way


7 LGBTQ+ Jews of Color You Should Know

These talented people represent an array of Jewish experience and racial/ethnic identity.

Psalm 7 Reimagined

For my Granddaughter, on the Revocation of Trans Healthcare Protections

Juneteenth: Joy in the Midst of Pain

While the death of George Floyd brings up personal traumas for many us, it’s important to remember that part of self-care is finding joy.

Just a Seahorse Abba on Father’s Day

  From my earliest memories, I wanted to have children. I even had dreams and daydreams about finding abandoned babies ...

Appoint Black Jews to Major Organization Boards — Now

Black Jewish representation stands at 0.2 percent, a fraction of even the lowest estimate of the population of Black Jews.

Skulls, Crossbones, and Stars of David

Y'all should read up on Jewish Pirates

Shabbat 106


Black Jews Are Grieving, and We Need You to Help Us Mourn

What shiva can teach us about holding Black people during this traumatic time.

Harry Potter and the Southern Jew

We are people of many books

Why You Need to Care About Black Lives Matter

A young Jew of Color speaks to White Jews.

Try to See Me

Even before the pandemic, even before I started wearing a mask in public, some people saw me as just a big, suspicious-looking black guy because of their implicit biases.

Ruth, Naomi, and Shavuot: Lifting Each Other Up to Create a Better World

One of my favorite traditions around Shavuot is the reading of the Book of Ruth. To me, it always jumps ...