The initiative of the Center for Jewish Ethics on race and racism in American Jewish experiences would be remiss if it does not address the history of racial discrimination targeting Jews.
I extend sincere and prayerful best wishes as you celebrate the great Festival of Lights.
I am a Jewish veteran and longstanding proud member of a JWV post in the metro Philadelphia area.
I appreciated Manishtana’s piece, “The ‘Jewface’ Debate About Casting Non-Jews as Jews Betrays an Ashkenazi Bias” (Oct. 21), which sheds light on Ashkenormativity.
David Zvi Kalman’s defense of the Orthodox Union’s refusal to certify Impossible Pork as kosher would have been more convincing for me if he had explained why they certify Empire turkey bacon as kosher.
I was dismayed by the tone of “Aish Chaim Handles Yom Kippur Service Intruder” (Oct. 7).
Moshe Phillips’ divisive rant about Israel and rabbi bashing (“The Real Danger of That Atheist Harvard Chaplain,” Sept. 9) seemed incongruous.
Shalom. I have read some issues of your newspaper which came to me via a neighbor with a daughter in Philadelphia.
I was left aghast when I read the opinion piece penned by Leon Malmud (“Ben and Jerry’s Noxious Fuming,” Aug. 5).
The first two words of this past Shabbat’s Torah reading ...