Mayor Warren Confronted at Newton Anti-Semitism Forum

By Todd Feinburg and Mary Markos

More than 150 people gathered in Newton to hear Mayor Warren take another step in coming to terms with anti-Semitic events.Read More

Anti-Semitic Graffiti Spreads to Beverly, Andover

By Mary Markos

“It’s hateful, it’s hurtful, and it’s something that needs to wake up the community as to why this happens. We covered it over, but we didn’t intend to cover it up.”Read More

Not Just Girls: Bruce Mendelsohn Hosts Warriors

By Mary Markos

“They call themselves girls, and people who see them call them women. They’re neither. These are warriors.”Read More

One Year In, Cohen Hillel Academy Strikes Gold

By Todd Feinburg

After years of seeing the student body shrink and the relevance of Jewish Day School as a concept questioned, a “renewal” is underway at CHA.Read More

A Bar Mitzvah with 1.2 Million Guests

By David Suissa

The service was held at the open-air Goldrich Family Foundation Children’s Memorial, which is part of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMOTH).Read More

The First Twentieth Century Pogrom

By Herbert Belkin

In 1903, American Jews organized a nationwide protest petition, but Russia’s Czar Nicholas II refused to acknowledge it.Read More

The Arabs’ Real Grievance Against the Jews: They Exist

By Fred Maroun

Jews demand the right to exist and to exist as equals on the land where they have existed and belonged continuously for more than three thousand years.Read More

One Boy’s Bar Mitzvah a Big Victory

By Todd Feinburg

Sam Stein decided last year, all by himself and without pressure from his parents, that he wanted to have a Bar Mitzvah.Read More

An Interview with Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon

By Penny Schwartz

“When I take the podium [at the U.N.] I feel I am representing not only Israel. I am representing the Jewish people.”Read More

Getting Jung: What Are Your Dreams Telling You?

By Mary Markos

Jungian analysis is a method of psychotherapy developed by Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung, who was mentored by Sigmund Freud but would break with the father of modern psychology.Read More

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