Some families take pride in a home or a farm, but this multigenerational family struggled to maintain a patch of burial ground.
- Being JewishFiction: A Few Small Stones
Some families take pride in a home or a farm, but this multigenerational family struggled to maintain a patch of burial ground.Space, Time, Gravity and Zionism
Less well known than his Theory of Relativity is Einstein’s contribution to the 20th-century chronicle of the Jewish people and Zionism.
Less well known than his Theory of Relativity is Einstein’s contribution to the 20th-century chronicle of the Jewish people and Zionism.Jewish College Students Are Uniting in Zoom University HillelThe COVID-19 pandemic has forced nearly every college to transition to online courses and, in most cases, move students out of their dorms.Being the Child of Survivors Prepared Me for This PandemicThis pandemic is my first realistic encounter with the hyper-wariness my parents harbored and I long struggled to squelch inside me.Passover in a Pandemic: Solo Seders and Broken TraditionsFamilies are scrapping traditions as Passover approaches, relying on Zoom get-togethers and solo or small-scale meals in the face of the pandemic.Purim Reminds Me of All We Haven’t Learned After #MeTooIn the era of #MeToo, should we now question why Mordechai is often extolled as the Purim story’s hero rather than an enabler of abuse?Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi Is Shifting the Conversation on DisabilitiesLaszlo Mizrahi runs RespectAbility, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit dedicated to fighting stigma and advancing opportunities for—and with—people with disabilities.The First Official, All-Female Jewish Transport to AuschwitzIn 1942, nearly 1,000 young Jewish women were tricked into leaving their families and sent to Auschwitz.B’nei Mitzvah With Disabilities Find Their Way to the BimahTechnology plus a new understanding of inclusion has opened doors for children with a range of disabilities to celebrate their bar or bat mitzvahs.Celebrating Thanksgiving and Hanukkah as Jewish WomenBoth Thanksgiving and Hanukkah are, in fact, holidays about tension between cultures. Both offer opportunities to celebrate our Americanness as well as our ethnic distinctiveness.