Earlier today President Joe Biden delivered his second speech about the violence that Hamas, the Iran-backed terrorist organization that controls Gaza, committed against Israeli civilians on Saturday. Over 1,000 people […]
This story was originally published in the Forward on Oct. 9. Click here to get the Forward’s free email newsletters delivered to your inbox. Everything I thought I knew about […]
In May 2022, the American Jewish Archives unveiled “Sally Priesand Leads The Way,” an exhibit celebrating 50 years since Priesand, the first female rabbi in North America, was ordained. On […]
Jewfolk, Inc., is proud to be selected out of a pool of 70 candidates to be part of the 2024 cohort of UpSpring (formerly known as the Venture Accelerator), a […]
For years, non-Orthodox Jewish supplemental schools – think Hebrew and synagogue schools – have been declining. Enrollment is down by over 40% in North America since 2006, according to a […]
“Frequently, we’ll have older kids pair themselves with younger kids to help them read and understand the cards,” Schnell said.
Facing a future with no students, student pulpit communities are full of pride at having contributed so much to the Reform Movement, while also reckoning with their ongoing decline and the feeling of being left behind.
Would it be better to leave it where I found it, assuming the person might retrace their steps?
“I have a deep held belief in all people, but particularly Jewish people, having an obligation to do what we can to help,” Shifman said.
On Oct. 19, Whitney Fisch, executive director of Hillel at Miami University, was attending a funeral in Columbus when she received an unexpected question from her staff: Did anyone take […]