Tikkun Olam

What “Just Mercy” Means to Me as a Black Jew

C.E. Harrison

I carry the trauma of my ancestors, who were kidnapped and enslaved, who survived post-abolition racist terrorism, and who survived devastating Jim Crow laws. I also carry the history of the Jewish people, who have survived countless acts of violence, forced conversion, and genocide.

We Have a Moral Duty to Welcome the Stranger

Aron Hirt-Manheimer
We sat down with Rabbi Bycel to learn more about his humanitarian activism and the making of his book, which Madeleine Albright has rightly hailed as “timely, important, and deeply moving.”