Britain’s police power trip continues apace as the co-owner of the Glasgow café is charged with a breach of the peace.
A new Duolingo course is training a small army to demand babka, can it also heal communal divides?
On the eve of Purim, we speak to drag artist and queer cabaret creator Dex Grodner about Judaism and genderfuckery.
A nostalgic portrait of America’s oldest Yiddish anarchist newspaper, and the community that coalesced around it, is recounted in a recently restored documentary.
The Queer, Anti-Nazi Art of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore.
At Sage in Golders Green, staff are demanding fair wages and working conditions. British Jews could view this as a threat to our elders – or as fundamentally in our interests.
Like a schlubby Jewish Virgil, the American journalist leads readers of her new book through the circles of white supremacist hell.
The former Labour leader understands far better than his successor, who suspended him this week, that racism is born of a broken world, one we must utterly transform.
Vashti launched a year ago at a more innocent time. On the eve of her 1st birthday, she asks: where next for the Jewish left?
Cemetery- and grave-measuring were part of the female clerical role in Ashkenazi Jewish life, and powerful tools of ancestral connection.