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The PI Project: Two Jewish Roommates in the Deep South

Welcome to the first in a series of posts from Paige and Isaac, two young Jewish roommates down South

Reflections on Illness, Separation, and “BallinStadt,” My Family’s Ellis Island

The former emigration station in Hamburg has special meaning for me because both of my grandfathers departed for Colombia from there in the 1930s.

Inheriting Hope as the Granddaughter of Holocaust Survivors

This piece was originally published in the Forward. It is being republished here in honor of Yom HaShoah I come ...

Baking in Mitzrayim

Pandemic Passover sometimes means baking bread

Why is this night different from all other nights?: Passover resources for 2020

Each year at Passover, we start the retelling of our story of liberation by asking the Four Questions, beginning with ...

Why Must This Passover Seder Be Like All Others?

Passover 5780 is going to be one we all remember for a long time. The world is reeling from the ...

Bukharian Passover Traditions and Recipes

We wear colorful kaftans, dip our matzah in a special soup, and "whip" each other to remember the pain of the Israelite slaves.

Play On, On Passover

Transforming the Seder into a Board Game Marathon

Four Questions for this Year’s Seder

“Let all who are hungry come and eat.” We traditionally say these words during our Passover seder, opening our doors ...

Resources for Trans Day of Visibility

Tuesday, March 31st, is Transgender Day of Visibility. It has been celebrated every year since 2009, and it is a ...

This Is What “Pikuach Nefesh” Looks Like Right Now

COVID-19, Jewish Values, and Flattening The Curve

Longtime Virtual Rabbi Offers Advice on “Doing Jewish” Online

The virtualization of the Jewish world due to the coronavirus pandemic will fundamentally alter the nature of Jewish engagement.

Not Alone in the Room

Having no idea how many people will attend in person, I set fifteen chairs in a semi-circle and place the ...

Going Beyond Our Borders

Maintaining our sanity and connection through online community

The Story of “Noshama”

How one small Jewish organization's mindfulness group is filling employees' bowls with soul