Irena Klepfisz, daughter of Holocaust survivors and a second-wave feminist, explains why she joined the Women's March on N.Y.C. against President Donald Trump.
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The vast majority of U.S. Jews voted against Trump. We must be visible and outspoken in rejecting the hatred and bigotry his campaign and appointments represent. That's why we're marching on Washington.
New site offers twist on culture of taking selfies at Berlin's Holocaust memorial, juxtaposing past and present to send damning message.
Bagels, wine and a Kidush are in order as followers of right-wing Meir Kahane gather in an office building on Times Square to celebrate.
Donald Trump's pick of banker-cum-Hollywood financier Steven Mnuchin begs the question: What's in his name?
Figures in both communities hope that a stronger relationship between America's Muslims and Jews will help shift the Israeli-Palestinian conflict out of its current stasis.
Prof. Susannah Heschel, the daughter of a rabbi who marched with Martin Luther King, tells how the Hebrew Bible inspired civil rights activists in the ‘60s. The message lives on.
Get ready to stand out, as Trump peels away the layer of political correctness that blurred distinctions within humanity; now everyone will be reminded that we're Jews, and that's not necessarily in our favor.
Trump's election and appointments have galvanized young progressive Jews to join together in opposition, calling out president-elect and Jewish establishment. 'Respectfully, it’s nonsense,' Abe Foxman says.
Sam Barsky, who knits sweaters of places that he plans to visit, boasts several of Israel and a number with Jewish themes.