If you won't stand for Hitler's legacy to rise again, then I ask you: When hate is screeched from the airwaves, you must stand on higher mountains and call out words of love and affirmation.
Rabbi Robert A. Nosanchuk
At the ancient Temple, our rabbis warned us about unchecked hatred. Recently at this very site, I shoved and pushed to protect others from such hate.
This passage is excerpted from a d’var Torah shared at the URJ Biennial convention's Shacharit service focused on tikkun olam, repair of the world.
The poet Naomi Shihab Nye tells this story:
A man crosses the street in rain, Stepping gently, looking..
“It is dangerous for society to ignore the pain and passion now pouring out of the black community. We had better understand it…for black mistrust isn’t solely the result of an occasional perceived miscarriage of justice…Many…are convinced that there is a...
Before you vote in the World Zionist Congress (WZO) elections, the organizers want to know: "Are you a Zionist?"
There’s a joke in Hebrew in which a pollster asks a homeless person, a cult member, and a Zionist the same question: "What is your opinion of...