In Cultural Shift, Day Schools Are Investing in Special Needs
Jewish schools across the country are investing in professional development, additional staff and revised curricula to better serve students with mental, cognitive or social disabilities.
Fanny Krasner Lebovits’s Story of Survival, Courage and Love
Born Feiga-Chasse Judelowitz in 1922, Lebovits was 19 when Nazis invaded her hometown of Libau, in Latvia. She survived the Libau ghetto and five concentration and work camps.
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.
Anti-Semitism Is Strengthening Resolve of Young Jews
Young campus Jews are on the front lines of the fight against anti-Semitism.
Just Because I Don’t Want Kids Doesn’t Make Me a Bad Jew
I wish people could recognize that there are many ways to do “l’dor v’dor,” from generation to generation, that don’t involve having kids.