Shabbat, much like yoga or meditation for some, is an act of rebellion against a constantly moving world.
“It was really impactful for me to learn about African American history as well as their experiences in modern society, and to relate that to the Jewish American experience as well.”
“The Sunflower experience is transformational,” she beams, “Students come in and they don’t leave as the same people. The growth, self-confidence, and self-esteem are life changing.”
Menopause is spoken about in whispers. But Power is lifting her voice to shake off that stigma.
“They tried to kill us, we survived, let’s eat!” That may be the underlying theme of all Jewish holidays, which is perhaps why every traditional holiday meal is focused on the pure comfort and pleasure of tucking into a plate full of food prepared with and surrounded by love.
I’m trying to reach Kevin Bacon. If any of you know anyone who knows anyone who knows him, would you be so kind as to forward this email to them.
It’s my least favorite time of year. I used to adore autumn. The cool crisp air, vibrant colored falling leaves, the anticipation of fall and winter holidays. But now it’s just the time of year when my husband abandons me. It’s NFL football season.
Is this really about fighting antisemitism? To me, it seems more like a clever business stunt to use negative publicity to increase Adidas’ bottom line. I mean, they say a portion of the proceeds will go towards fighting bigotry, hatred and antisemitism. What portion?
by Debra Rich Gettleman Barbie, created by Ruth Handler, the first woman President of Mattel, (and Jewish woman to boot,) whose parents barely escaped Poland fleeing from poverty and antisemitism, is considered the most iconic doll of all times. When Handler invented...