Baltimore voters made history today by voting in favor of passing ballot question E, a city charter amendment that bans privatization of the city’s water and sewer systems.
More than three years after the murder of Freddie Gray, the Baltimore Police Department still needs to overhaul its department policies and culture to protect poor, Black, and Brown Baltimoreans [...]
I felt exhausted going into Rosh Hashanah. A challenging year at work. The horror of national politics. The ongoing stresses of being a working parent. I am weary. Many of us are weary.How do [...]
My grandmother, Ruth Glauber Dworkin, was many things. She was a fierce union activist, a devoted teacher, a talented writer, an avid tennis player, a music lover, and a wonderful [...]
Thank you to all of the congregations who are participating in Labor on the Bimah this year and sharing the Jewish values behind the #FightFor15!
When I think about social justice, I feel I have come to terms with what it means to work towards change in many of my identities — as a white person, as a cisgender man, and as a queer person to [...]