Minnesota Rabbinic Association collecting $11,000 – and counting – to fund at least one bus.
Meet the person who’s trying stop the gun violence epidemic in Minnesota.
Words, thoughts and prayers all seem wanting in the face of so much horror.
This is not the first time I’ve had to explain death to my young child.
Trying to make sense of hate at home and abroad leaves tough questions to answer.
I feel too numbed to list the outbursts of hate, sometimes enacted with knives, guns, or rocks; or the statements of political leaders and special-interest stakeholders that often look more like verbal violence than constructive dialogue. The world is experiencing so much darkness, and I’m afraid.
When it comes to American Jews’ discussions of guns, there is near blanket opposition to them. But why? Alex Joffe of Jewish Ideas Daily explores this question, in light of the recent gun violence in Wisconsin and Colorado.