Black lives matter everywhere
I've been thinking about the significance of breathing, writes Edie Friedman
The refugee experience remains inextricably linked to Jewish identity
The government must sit down with refugee organisations and develop safe and legal routes for desperate young people to reach our shores, writes Edie Friedman.
We should be supporting efforts to agree a definition of Islamophobia, not supporting the likes of Tommy Robinson
JCORE executive director Edie Friedman asks, if a definition of antisemitism is needed, why not one for Islamophobia?
Our community must learn how to disagree
Jews have always debated, says Edie Friedman, but that doesn't mean going onto the attack
We must speak out over Windrush
Jews have also experienced a 'hostile environment' to immigrants, says Edie Friedman
The Jewish vote? It's more complicated than that
Is speculation about how Jewish votes may have contributed to the defeat of the Labour Party is a discussion which is really ‘good for the Jews’?
Does 2017 scare you? Here are some things you can do.
Weeks after the news of Donald Trump’s election, a certain sense of disbelief still persists.