Kibitznik's Choice: Jews For Racial and Economic Justice

by Alyssa Goldstein Last week I told you all about the Boston Workmen’s Circle, but this week’s Jewish organization is great for those of you in New York. Jews for Racial and Economic Justice has numerous worthy campaigns to combat Islamophobia, work for affordable housing, and fight for justice for domestic workers. They press prominent […]

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Shalom Bayit

by Nicholas Jahr Like many kids, I grew up in a home where both my parents worked. Toss in a commute from Brooklyn to The City, and my folks were left with a three- or four-hour gap to cover every day, between the time school let out and the moment my mother finally made it […]

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