Monthly Archives: April 2018

Neo-Poland: An Original Poem

Grappling with the controversial new law Read More

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Whose Tribe Is It, Anyway?

An NPR podcast takes on Jewish identity… to mixed results. Read More

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Jewcy Reviews: ‘To Dust’

A look at an unexpectedly funny take on the Jewish mourning process. Read More

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Comic Books and the Holocaust

A new book explores how superheroes struggled with the Shoah Read More

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JK Rowling Gets into Twitter Spat Over Anti-Semitism

The ‘Harry Potter’ author defends Jews online. Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Most Likely to Murder

A conversation with the Jewish directors of the upcoming heavily Jewish murder-mystery comedy. Read More

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‘Shemot’—A Poem for Yom HaShoah

Recalling the names of those who are gone from Germany Read More

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A Space for LGBTQ Mizrahi and Sephardi Jews

“We’re a minority within the minority within the minority.” Read More

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