Jewish Suffragists, White Dresses and Yellow Roses
As America celebrates the centennial of female suffrage this year, what’s striking is how much today’s female leaders have in common with their Jewish activist foremothers.
Prayer Shawl Donations Pour in for Free Burial Association
Usually, the Hebrew Free Burial Association has enough prayer shawls on hand to last for months—but not in the age of the coronavirus.
Likely Speaker of Virginia House Is Hadassah Member
Eileen Filler-Corn, likely to become the first Jew and the first women to lead Virginia's House of Delegates, traces her political path to her Jewish upbringing.
Report: 7.5 Million Older, Whiter, Mostly Liberal Jews in America
The study is based on data collected from approximately 150 independent surveys that sampled about 234,000 adults, including 5,300 Jews.
A Year Later, Pittsburgh Survivors Struggle Through the Holidays
Signs of the attack remain everywhere in Squirrel Hill, the quiet, warm, tree-lined community that has been the home to Pittsburgh’s Jews for more than a century.
Active Security: The Gun Debate Comes to the Synagogue
The argument is not simply between Second Amendment die-hards and liberals fighting for stronger gun laws. It involves rising anti-Semitism, political rhetoric and easier access to firearms.