Sex, Love and Judaism Intertwine in ‘Love Me Kosher’ Exhibit
“Love Me Kosher,” currently on exhibition at the Jewish Museum Vienna, seeks to contend is that love, sex and relationships are central to and inseparable from Judaism.
Deep Dive | The Difference Between Hating Jews and Antisemitism
South Africa: Triumphs and Troubles Since the End of Apartheid with Eve Fairbanks, Steve Friedman and Glenn Frankel
What really happens when a country resolves to end white supremacy? Eve Fairbanks, former Daniel Pearl Investigative Journalism Initiative Fellow and author of the new book, The Inheritors: An Intimate Portrait of South Africa’s Racial Reckoning and Steve Friedman, political scientist at the University of Johannesburg and author of Race, Class and Power: Harold Wolpe and the Radical Critique of Apartheid, speak about the tumultuous three decades since the end of Apartheid, the role Jews played in ending Apartheid and the nation’s triumphs and ongoing troubles. In conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Frankel, author of Rivonia’s Children: Three Families and the Cost of Conscience in White South Africa.
Special Edition | The Making of a Jewish Word
Technology inexplicably fails us often enough that we need a word for the occasion.
Amid Antisemitism, Jewish Montanans Seek to Buy Back Historic Synagogue
The Montana Jewish Project hopes to purchase Temple Emanu-El—constructed in 1890 during a colorful, obscure chapter of Jewish history—from the Diocese of Helena.
Can Malmö Solve Its Antisemitism Problem?
Gritty and lively, Malmö is Sweden’s third-largest city—home to more than 350,000 residents and 183 nationalities.
What Antisemitic Conspiracy Theorists Believe About Vaccines
Since the pandemic began, new conspiracy theories have pulled from familiar antisemitic tropes.
The Future of Berlin’s Jewish Museum
With a new core exhibition and a new director, the Jewish Museum Berlin hopes to overcome past controversies and make the museum a space for people of all backgrounds to engage with the history of Jewish life in Germany.
B’nai Mitzah Pairing Programs Honor Children Who Died in the Holocaust
Through pairing programs, many Jewish children have chosen to “share” their b’nai mitzvah ceremonies with one of the 1.5 million Jewish children who died in the Holocaust.