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Why can’t we remember what it feels like to wear a yellow star? A number? Oh, America, you're breaking my heart.

Joe Epstein

Last week, we watched in horror and dismay as violent event after violent event unfolded, each amplifying and recontextualizing the one before it.

Leo Ferguson (JTA)

Spring time is the time of Pesach, and it pleases me that the NBA playoffs coincide so neatly. The two mesh with a certain elegance.

David L. Stanley

If certain politicians think that March Madness has left us ripe for transformation into April Fools, they are woefully mistaken.

Rabbi David Wirtschafter

The Ruderman Family Foundation recently released The Ruderman White Paper on Media Coverage of Law Enforcement Use of Force and Disability. As an authority on the topic of disabilities, the foundation issued this groundbreaking report to share its own perspective and help readers understand this complex issue.

Rabbi Edythe Held Mencher, L.C.S.W.

I know we have a long way to go, but for this congregation, situated in the city just a few miles from the Old Court House where the slave Dred Scott lost his case for freedom, I have hope that we are chipping away at the racism that plagues us.

Rabbi Susan Talve

You're sure to get chills when you watch Naturally 7 and The Maccabeats come together on "Shed a Little Light," filmed at the Lincoln Monument and the MLK Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Here are some recommendations from the staff of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism for social justice-centric podcasts that came out in 2015. What are your recommendations?

The Staff of the Religious Action Center

The White House hosted its annual Hanukkah party last night, inviting representatives from the American Jewish community to join the first family in celebrating the Festival of Lights.

Kate Bigam

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