The Skokie March That Wasn’t
How radical activists took on the Jewish establishment, the cops, and the Nazis.Isaac Brosilow
Unrequited Love: When Women Study the Talmud
Women Talmud scholars find different paths through a patriarchal text.
The Language of Displacement
Mexican author Myriam Moscona talks about building a legacy for Ladino in the world.
Alejandro Meter and Myriam Moscona
Transitions in Jewish Time: A Trans Writer Visits the Mikveh
“Going to the mikveh meant giving my body, as it was, a place to be loved and called to holiness.”
Two Poems From ‘Comfort’
“they say she raised peacocks and grapes against all advice / —women inherit the worst / slices of property”
Tela de Sevoya (Onioncloth)
An excerpt from Tela De Sevoya, an elegy for Ladino.
A new translation by Ellen Cassedy from the forthcoming collection On the Landing: Stories by Yenta Mash.
The Miami Beach Series, 1982
Poems by historian Paul Buhle, drawn from interviews with the “Jewish Old Left” in Miami Beach.
In her new book, Kristen Ghodsee explores how capitalism harms women, including in their intimate lives.
What Happened to the Black-Jewish Political Alliance?
Challenging the sanitized history of blacks and Jews during the Civil Rights era.
Skin in the Game
Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman puts stress on the dual threats of white supremacy: antisemitism and racism.