A Talk With Disability Rights Activist Judith Heumann
Now out with her memoir, Judith Heumann discusses the changes that people with disabilities have experienced since she first stepped onto the public stage 50 years ago.
Chronicling the Rabbi Whose Life Epitomized Tikkun Olam
'Confronting Hate' is the new biography of Rabbi Marc Tannenbaum who helped pioneer the connection between Interfaith dialogue and human rights activism.
A Pediatric Oncologist at Hadassah in ‘This Narrow Space’
Elisha Waldman describes the diversity of patients at Hadassah Medical Center as well as his experiences working with children dealing with incurable cancer.
Russian Émigré Women Carve Their Own Literary Niche
Émigré women from the former Soviet Union bring their complex Jewish heritage to the written page.
‘Pumpkinflowers’: A Review of Matti Friedman’s New Novel
Friedman argues that the morass Israel encountered in Lebanon was a precursor to the struggles Western societies now face.