By Seth Cohen Over the years, when speaking with leaders of community organizations, I am often asked to recommend reading resources that help make sense of our contemporary Jewish communal challenges. When I start rattling off a (probably too) lengthy list of books, blogs, … [Read more...] about Beyond Talk: Reckoning With What the Safety Respect Equity Report Demands of Us
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By Rabbi B. Elka Abrahamson The call for action as a response to an article, one about men assuming leadership written by men who interviewed men was important and necessary, as disappointing as it is that such articles by and about men named to top positions are still … [Read more...] about The Women Seen and Heard!
By An Unnamed Community Professional I work in the Detroit Jewish Community. I left a high-paying corporate job more than five years ago to shift my career into something more meaningful. While culture shocked at first, I was quickly embraced and lauded by peers for making the … [Read more...] about Do We Suffer from Micro-Inequities?
By Barbara Sheklin Davis Amos Oz and his daughter Fania Oz-Salzberger, in their book Jewsandwords, write that “We Jews are notoriously unable to agree about anything that begins with the words ‘we Jews.’” These words resonate in the 21st century, an epoch rife with div … [Read more...] about A Whole Nation Whose Minds are Unlike Each Other
By the women* you can’t see and whose voices you can’t hear(but who are listed at the bottom of the piece to give credit to the women behind the words) Once upon a time, there was a Jewish community with lots of organizations. These organizations had leaders, and when the lea … [Read more...] about The Week That All Jewish Women Turned Invisible