When I was managing editor at JTA (1999-2001) I covered the birth of Birthright Israel and other issues
Publishers Weekly ran a feature I wrote on a groundbreaking children’s book by Michigan author
Laura Arnold Leibman Discovers Multiracial Jewish Family That Can Trace Roots to Two Enslaved People in Barbados
It was a pleasure to have interviewed 92-year-old sex therapist Dr. Ruth for Publishers Weekly.
Author sees Jews as benefitting from white privilege, yet my own experience in the South was very different.
Author: Find personal meaning in Judaism if it’s tied to a ritual that can be passed on to the next generation.
‘It’s clear that societies in which anti-Semitism flourishes are societies that are dying or dead.’
The next crop of Jewish-themed books will be Holocaust-related and address the rise in anti-Semitism
Philosopher Andrew Pessin takes a look at Jewish thought through the ages, discovers “exhilarating” disagreement.
Is Tikkun Olam ripping Judaism apart? I interviewed author Jonathan Neumann for Publishers Weekly.