Me & Jewish Supremacy

The idea of chosenness is a barrier to a world in which every human being is seen as made in the image of God, worthy of respect and honor.

Fighting Antisemitism is a Critical Piece of a Racial Justice Agenda

Without a deeper understanding of antisemitism and its relationship to white supremacy, our movements for justice can easily be undermined and weakened.

Edith Stein and Me

Edith Stein was a Jewish woman who converted to Roman Catholicism, joined the Carmelite order and was murdered at Auschwitz. Her story raises questions about who is a Jew.

The Priestly Blessing in Light of the Murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor

How might we transform the traditional words of our liturgy to address our pain and commitment?

A Beat to Which We Can All Move

Pursuing racial justice work enables white Jews to untangle the ways in which we have been aided by white privilege and structural racism so that we can undo its harm to Black people — Jewish and non-Jewish — and to ourselves.

 

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