The Women’s March is America's most vital and effective coalition for resisting hate. We Jewish women must be part of it
Emma Goldberg writes on political and cultural affairs. She has been published in the New York Times, Forbes, the Huffington Post, and Salon. Twitter: @emmabgo
My home was coded radically left; my aunt is a settler in Hebron. I grew up trying to navigate a family divided by politics. With Trump, that work of 'civil discourse' has become a critical issue for Jewish world – and for America
The Farrakhan firestorm has subsided, but it laid bare the uncomfortable contradictions that fuel Black-Jewish tensions. We white Jews suffer from anti-Semitism, but we're protected from the anti-black racism coded into our country's DNA
Israel advocacy organization StandWithUs sends digital delegate to 'enrich' discussion on Palestinians in Israel, leaving Open Hillel to label incident a 'dystopian twist.'
Income inequality is a top concern, Bernie's Jewishness isn't a deciding factor, and Trump 'appeals to a demographic that’s just very different from most American Jews.'