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Black and white drawing of art piece of Abraham the First Jew as referenced in this essay

My father's art was stolen from him - only to be returned, many years later, by the thief's repentant children.

Rabbi Zoë Klein Miles
The author standing in front of a synagogue in Poland

Living in Poland showed me the need for a home for every human, and the particular need for a Jewish home for our people. 

Sam Rubin
US passport lying on a map of the world

In a world that is increasingly more global and interconnected, the value and importance of a global progressive Jewish movement is more important than ever.

Andrew Keene
Globe covered with flags of many countries resting in the palm of someone's hand

Imagine what the future of the Jewish people could be if there was a movement devoted to revitalizing Jewish culture, learning, and commitment outside the Land of Israel.

Cantor Jordan Shaner
Collage of photos of Passover recipes from around the world

These 10 recipes will give you a small taste of how many Jews around the world celebrate Passover. 

 
Marissa Solomon
World map spray painted in white on a red brick wall

In a dramatic shift, the Jewish people has gone from being a worldwide people to being a first-world people.

Jonathan D. Sarna
Black and white photograph of a Jewish family in Jedrzejow Poland, circa 1900

Jews were "undesirable" and "filthy," said a report submitted to the House Committee on Immigration in 1924, written by the director of the United Stated Consular Service.

Ben Sales (JTA)
Bank of the Nile River beneath a shining red sunset

Netanyahu's expulsion of African asylum-seekers from Israel may be technically permissible, but that does not make it moral or decent.

Rabbi Josh Weinberg
Closeup of two peoples hands as they hold their filled champagne glasses as in a celebratory toast

Whether or not you believe in superstitions, it can be fun to put your own spin on them! Close out the year by putting a Jewish twist on traditional New Year’s foods.

Kate Bigam Kaput
Amber colored crystal pendant engraved with a Star of David on a chain against a white background

Aaron Hahn Tapper talks about weaving together the multiple ways Jews identify in terms of culture, ethnicity, nation, nationality, race, religion.

Aron Hirt-Manheimer

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