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Rabbis Without Borders

A Land for All

Those who see the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as a purely political dispute over self-determination, territory, and security are missing the bigger ...

Southern & Jewish

Thanksgiving 2020: New Traditions for a New World

While we're mourning the loss of time spent with friends and family in person, we're making new (southern and Jewish) Thanksgiving memories.

Keshet

We Remember and Honor through Action

Transgender Day of Remembrance 2020

Parashat Vayera: What About Isaac?

There are many things I love about our tradition, the idea of midrash, of study and story, is chief among ...

Southern Challah-spitality

Braided bread brings together the best of southern and Jewish culture

Say Her Name, Say All Their Names

Jewish tradition recognizes the importance of remembering names, and speaking them aloud

The PI Project Continues: Hiking Edition

A continuing series of posts from Paige and Isaac, two young Jewish roommates down South

The Pope, the King, and the Jews

Religion has Begun to Accomplish What Politics Alone Cannot

A Coming Out Day and Simchat Torah Letter to a Younger Me

National Coming Out Day was established on October 11, 1988, as a commemoration of the Second National March on Washington ...

An Attack on Our Dignity

I am deeply troubled that Justices Thomas and Alito took steps to dismantle marriage equality on their first day back ...

A Modern Twist on Ushpizin (Welcoming Guests)

I love the holiday of Sukkot. I have fond memories of building a sukkah with my family and using cornstalks ...

Connecting During COVID

The 3 ½ weeks leading up to Rosh Hashanah are lost in a haze of last-minute purchases: a new modem, ...

Notorious Jewish Grandmothers

RBG was legendary, and also familiar

Guarding the Garden

Some unexpected lessons from our Amir Garden Kit