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Raising Jewish Children in Our Day and Age

BY NINA SIDELL For parents living and raising children in these times, life is more chaotic and complex than it was in previous generations. We...

What’s Past Is Prologue: A Reflection on Charlottesville

By Noam E. Marans When Jews confront the present and prepare for the future, they are always mindful of the past. When torch-bearing neo-Nazi white supremacists...

Neo-Nazis Living Five Minutes From Home in Arlington, Virginia

By Rick Black Not long before Shabbat, my wife checked her smartphone and saw an email from our neighborhood’s Next Door website: An impromptu...

Bringing Jewish History to Life: The World Jewish Congress

By Menachem Z. Rosensaft My late teacher and mentor Elie Wiesel once explained that, “In my tradition we have the expression ‘to be like a...

The Forward’s Sloppy Attack on JCPA

All too often in our heated political environment, people and groups are called on the carpet, not for what they do, but for what...

Where are the Confederate Jewish Monuments?

By Malcolm Lazin The “Unite the Right” Charlottesville rally was ostensibly about protecting the Robert E. Lee statue. It included demonstrators chanting, “Jews will not...

Charlottesville Echoes of Leo Frank

By Bob Levi Mount Carmel Cemetery is located in the borough of Queens, N.Y., just off the Jackie Robinson Parkway. In Section 1 of the...

Want Diversity and Tolerance? Stop Demonizing Conservatives

By Jonathan S. Tobin Many Americans know that the sickness at the heart of our political culture stems from a spirit of intolerance that has...

Protecting Immigrants at a Time of Persecution

By Nancy K. Kaufman Five years ago, the U.S government began the implementation of President Obama’s 2012 executive order deferring deportation for U.S. residents without...

I Did Not March for Hate

By Ann F. Lewis On Jan. 21, I was part of the Women’s March in Washington. I was thrilled to share this historic day...