“To me, being Jewish has always been aligned with women’s empowerment and multiculturalism.
Welcome to week two of the Friday Social Media BliNtz— like a blitz but tastier.
This title is, admittedly, at least partially tongue in cheek.
Yesterday, as Yom Kippur approached, social justice organizers and progressive Jews gathered in downtown Boston to not only "remember" often underseen and undervalued laborers but also to stand
I was watching the Daily Show online over the weekend and I was fascinated with the commercials, two in particular, which streamed almost back to back.
Welcome to the Friday Social Media BliNtz-- it's like a media blitz, but tastier.
Here, on a virtual silver platter, are some current event noshes you might enjoy.
With the summer’s end, my hands will no longer be gritty from tucking tangled roots into the soil, from weeding out invaders and doling out compost.
Sarah Seltzer, contributing writer to the The Sisterhood, shares her thoughts on education, class, gender, unions, and workers' rights.
I am starting a new tradition, right here, right now.
On Rosh Hashanah we re-enthrone the Sovereign King in order to perpetuate the ancient world order. But what happens when this particular male-dominant, top down world order is reversed?
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