Invoking the personal and communal obligation to illuminate the word, he would point out that a little light expels a lot of darkness.
Hear about the art and history of (Jewish) Henna from full time PhD student and part time henna artist, Noam Sienna.
Here is a list of upcoming events that you…you…you oughta know about!
This film about the history, and recent rise of global anti-Semitism is historically interesting and compelling, but the film’s biased and simplistic representation of the Arab world was at times problematic.
I was not finished with the second page of “The New American Haggadah,” and already I was immersed. Before I even got to ‘removal of the hametz’ I found tidbits to add to my seder.
Fritz Haber created a method used to feed over half the world. But the same method would lead to the death of millions of others.
I am translating my grandmother’s diary from the siege of Leningrad. I see her words, fading on yellowed crumpling paper, smeared with tears, and letters that were mangled by a shacking hand. I see her as she weaves between the realities of her mind and those of the world outside.
Before Occupy Wall Street, there was the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union, and the Jews at its helm. Jewish Ideas Daily looks at a new book by Daniel Katz about that movement, and its parallels to Occupy Wall Street.
Bradley Machov retells the ancient drama from an era that “reads like a Mafia crime drama” and draws a modern day analogy to make sure you really understand the miracle of the oil.
This isn’t your grandmother’s Hadassah, writes Joanna Lowinger in the first of three guest posts for Women’s History Month on TC Jewfolk.