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Group of smiling people holding cardboard signs supporting Muslims

Holding signs of support, we gathered at the local mosque as part of an interfaith group of the faithful and other community leaders. We were participants on a journey others so aptly led.

Rabbi Paul Kipnes
Closeup of an ornate white and gold Quran with blue prayer beads lying on top

In the Muslim world, the weekend of January 27, 2017, was almost impressively awful. President Donald Trump proclaimed a travel ban on Muslims into the United States.

David Stanley
Stop sign spraypainted with the word HATE

Each November, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) releases its annual report on hate crime statistics, called the

Lizzie Stein

The white steeples of Protestant churches mark the villages in my hilly New England landscape, and the people I meet daily are white Christians.

Carol Ascher
Waxing crescent moon

This week, the Jewish community celebrates Rosh Chodesh Tammuz, a holy day that continues through today.* While we in the Jewish community ar

Rabbi Jonah Dov Pesner

The way that Reform Judaism has taken the texts of our tradition, combined with the traumas of our past, to create a transformative responsibility to pursue social justice is a point of pride for m

Max Bevilacqua

The convergence of Donald Trump’s anti-Muslim rhetoric and the shootings in Paris and San Bernardino have caused the simmering anxieties about the integration of American Muslims to finally erupt. 

Rabbi Sarah Bassin

Yesterday began the three-week period leading up to Tishah B’Av (August 4-5 this year), the darkest, saddest day on the Jewish

Sarah Greenberg

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