January 12, 2022
Interview With Rabbi and Activist Alvin Sugarman
New York, NY- Alvin Sugarman is Rabbi (Emeritus) of The Temple in Atlanta, GA and is well-known for his work […]
January 2, 2022
‘I was adopted into a white family’— How An Asian Adoptee in Colorado Connects to Her Roots
"I did notice that I didn't look like other people."
December 19, 2021
Collaboration Becomes Key to Helping the Homeless in Downtown LA
(LOS ANGELES) — As living expenses in Southern California have skyrocketed, many residents have been displaced and forced to live […]
December 17, 2021
New Yorkers Debate the Challenges Their New Mayor Will Face
New Yorkers discuss their hopes and concerns under a new mayor.
December 14, 2021
Competing Narratives are Deepening Ethiopia’s Division Amid a Civil War
For the last 14 months, Ethiopia has been in a brutal civil war. However, the government has been on the […]