The striking and surprising affinities between the contemporary African-American and Jewish struggles for freedom and dignity.

A Non-Jew Seeks Advice
The Jewish man I broke up with is furious, but I don’t want an interfaith marriage.

Forgiving the Impossible
During the Holocaust, my grandmother gave up everything for her closest friend, only to be abandoned in return.

The Nazi Doctor who Saved a Jewish G.I.
Robert Levine was captured by the Nazis. As his life hung in balance, his dog tags revealed that he was Jewish.

Can I Really Change the World?
How one small act can trigger movement across generations.

The Morning After the Election
Like it or not, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be elected the 45th president of the United States of America. Here’s how we can prepare.

5 Life Lessons I Learned from My Teenagers
My teen kids have been at sleepover camp for one week and I actually miss them to pieces.

Pokemon Go and the Wandering Jew
Living in an augmented-reality universe.

Rock Bottom
The death of my husband forced me to reexamine the purpose of my existence.

Her Name was Patience
She was unusual and the kids knew it. The time has come to ask her forgiveness.

God Save the Queen
My recent trip to London gave me a glimmer of understanding of what the monarchy means.

Shlomo Rindenow: Death of a Lone Soldier
Why does it take tragedy to realize that what unites us is so much greater than that which divides us?

8 Ways to Make Your Life Miserable
And keep the insidious feelings of joy and gratitude at bay.

Alan Dershowitz Dismantles the BDS Movement
Their goal is to destroy Israel. Boycott, divestment and sanction is just a tactic that is being used to attack only Israel.

A Soldier’s Gift: An Amazing True Story
One act of kindness has unintended life-altering consequences.

Israel and Racism in America
Students for Justice in Palestine exploit the deaths of innocent Americans to further their own anti-Semitic political agenda.

Elie Wiesel and the Radicalization of a Hassidic Girl
Elie Wiesel took me to Auschwitz and in a certain way, I never came back.

17th of Tammuz
Beginning three weeks of mourning for the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.

Next Jewish Holiday

July 24 - August 14, 2016
A Major Fast Day -- remembering the day when the Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed, not once but twice.