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5 LGBTQ Jewish Activists To Know

Jewish activists have an important part of countless activist movements– from the global LGBTQ rights movements and civil rights movements ...

To Bow, or Not to Bow?

That’s my question every time I visit the Roswell Community Masjid (RCM). Since as a young child I was taught ...

Passover and Palestinians

Palestinians are not slaves. But they are also not free.

Kitniyot: Cultural Appropriation or Cultural Appreciation?

Jews discuss the merits of globalizing Jewish Passover traditions and awareness

It’s Time to Get Uncomfortable

I remember feeling so uncomfortable the first time I went knocking on doors in a neighborhood that was distinctly different ...

Italian Passover Customs and Recipes

Ancient traditions and foods animate Passover Seder for Italian Jews

Pure and Deserving

A Response to the Yeshivat Chovavei Torah Decision

Passover Charoset from Indonesia

Global recipes star at Passover in Singapore

Where Are You From?

I'm As Southern & Jewish As They Come... But There Are A Few Answers To "Where I'm From"!

I Came Out as Jewish

One teen's reflections for Trans Day of Visibility

Remembering Victor McElhaney, the Rhythm of the Town

"My cousin wasn’t Jewish, but his soul is a nigun, a song."

Growing Up Jewish in Modern Baghdad

Celebrating Nowruz as a model for hope and change.

Morning Exercises: Prayer

Two weeks ago, I began posting on my blog about my morning routine, or morning exercises as I called them. ...

Meet Keshet’s Director of Advocacy, Mason Dunn

We’re bringing on our first ever director of advocacy, and we are thrilled to have Mason joining us in this role!