Coping With Uncertainty As We Emerge From Lockdown
Anxiety and uncertainty are common emotions as people begin to emerge into a world forever changed by the coronavirus pandemic.
Black Jewish Activist Implores All Jews to Show Up
As a black Jew navigating racial justice issues, April Aviva Baskin hopes that the current interest in her work and guidance is more than a passing fad.
Best-Selling Author Jennifer Weiner Looking to Have a ‘Big Summer’
Jennifer Weiner talks parenting in the age of coronavirus lockdowns, navigating social media with her teen daughters and her latest novel.
Deborah Lauter Talks Breaking Barriers to Fight Hate Crimes
The executive director of NYC’s new Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes has three prongs of strategy for fighting anti-Semitism: community relations, education and law enforcement.
Ilana Kaufman Talks Racial Justice and Jewish Philanthropy
Jews of color are not participating in Jewish communal life at the level they might because they feel unwelcome, Kaufman says.
In Conversation With ‘New York Times’ Columnist Bari Weiss
Weiss refers to herself as politically heterodox, and in her sharp, cleverly written columns, does not hesitate to tackle provocative ideas like intersectionality.