Tag: racism

Would Whoopi Goldberg Have Been Punished If…?

Race in the United States is most certainly real. But just because something is constructed to be a social reality, does not mean it is true or based on facts and science.

My Return to Jewish Culture

I was a drifter between cultural identities, often performing culture rather than truly feeling part of it.   

From the Margins to the Center of the Cosmos

Reaching from the stars to the very earthly matters of Judaism, gender, race, and dismantling the patriarchy, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein in conversation with Carolivia Herron.

Wisdom of Sephardic Sages

Sephardic wisdom and tradition is largely left out in many Jewish institutions. Tamar Zaken is changing that.

This Passover, Keeping Us Safe

During this season of narrowness and liberation, what will you do to help foster true and lasting safety in your communities? How will you support Asian and other oppressed peoples who have been fighting for their liberation for decades?

Black Lives Matter: Read, Learn, and Act

In the wake of this most recent horrific moment of racist violence and white supremacy, we would like to share the articles we’ve been reading and rereading–the organizations we’ve been following, and resources we’ve been turning to.