Happy Birthday to the trees! It’s Tu B’Shevat, Jewish Arbor Day, and we’re celebrating. Tu B’Shevat is the New Year of the Trees—and the most vegan-friendly holiday on the Hebrew […]
Both my older brother and my older sister played hockey. I’ve been going to rinks since I was in the womb; it’s in my blood!
And this is why I’m taking action today. With every passing survivor we lose the opportunity to hear extraordinary first-hand accounts of survival. It’s now up to us, the families that they’ve created, to keep their legacies alive.
Purple Cloud is about the strange, isolating and all-too-common experience of being different, of being confused, of searching for belonging. It is about the beautiful, difficult work a family does to love and accept each other.
And then, my world collapsed; there was no heartbeat. My baby girl had mysteriously died.
Standing on a Jerusalem street corner on the one trip I made to Israel, I had an overwhelming feeling that most of my life had been spent asleep or in hiding. The Israelis I saw all around me, on the other hand, seemed alive in ways Americans were not; their hearts awake and on their sleeves.
Jewish writer, scholar, and LGBT activist Jay Michaelson comes to the Twin Cities to teach about how Jewish and Christian religious texts and values actually support same-sex marriage, and how amendment opponents can bring a religious perspective to conversations about the proposed Minnesota state constitutional amendment.
This Jew makes his return to Heron Lake in search of a duck asking to be blasted out of the sky.
Put two Jews in a room, you will get three opinions. This held true at a meeting at Bnai Emet. They can no longer afford to stay in the building they own.
Student activism and student activists at AIPAC Policy Conference (including one of Minnesota’s very own!)