Social Justice

Talking About Michael Brown, Social Justice, and Why #BlackLivesMatter This Thanksgiving

Talking About Michael Brown, Social Justice, and Why #BlackLivesMatter This Thanksgiving
By November 26, 2014

What happens when our family and friends disappoint us with their ambivalence? Read More

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How the Yiddish Radical Press Helped Inspire a Feminist Phone Intervention

How the Yiddish Radical Press Helped Inspire a Feminist Phone Intervention
By June 18, 2014

Talking with the co-creator of the viral phenomenon about community building, bell hooks, and making the world a safer place for women. Read More

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Happy May Day!

Happy May Day!
By May 1, 2014

Here’s to fair working conditions for all. Read More

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Remembering The Victims of The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, 103 Years On

Remembering The Victims of The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, 103 Years On
By March 25, 2014

“The entire neighborhood is sitting shiva. Every heart is torn in mourning.” Read More

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In the Story of Queen Esther, Echoes of My Own Coming Out

In the Story of Queen Esther, Echoes of My Own Coming Out
By March 13, 2014

“Here was I, a kid of thirteen, trying to take off the mask of childhood and become a fully-fledged member of the Jewish people.” Read More

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Tzedakah: Because It’s The Season Of Giving (Or So We Hear…)

Tzedakah: Because It’s The Season Of Giving (Or So We Hear…)
By December 7, 2011

It’s as good a time of year as any to give to charity. Read More

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Freedom Shabbat!

Freedom Shabbat!
By February 18, 2011

Freedom Shabbat is an opportunity for Jews all over the world to come together at one time and voice their call for an end to slavery, and their desire for freedom worldwide so inherent to the Jewish heart. Read More

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Short Venture, Big Impact

Short Venture, Big Impact
By February 8, 2011

Sometimes short term works better in the long run, a study says. via Repair The World Read More

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