Last week we unveiled our new revamped, rebranded, and facelifted stomping grounds: Multikosheral.
We’ve got a ton of things we’re excited for that we’ll be revealing bit by bit as they come up, so we hope you’ll join us over there for the jump!
We’re gonna want a lot more input from you, too!
We’re looking for:
- Your questions about Jewish customs, holidays, or advice for our Ask the Rabbi column.
- Any regular old life questions for our general advice column.
- Someone willing to give us a “Sex in the City”-esque look into their trials and tribulations in the dating world as a diverse Jew for our Love, Relationships, Sex beat.
- Any creative fiction piece, poem, sketch, artwork, anything else artistic you’d like to contribute to The Notebook.
- Your personal anecdotes of the good, bad, and ugly of navigating the world as a diverse Jew for our commentless, safe-space feature, The Wall.
Let us know if you’re interested over at firstname.lastname@example.org. Drop us a line at email@example.com. But by all means, keep on reading!
The (formerly) JN Team
Of the many dynamic figures of the Civil Rights Movement, no two have been the victims of a reductionist legacy the way Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. have. When called to mind, most people remember Malcolm X’s association with the Nation of Islam and his tirades on white people being the devil and of the inherent superiority of blacks over whites, ignoring that after his pilgrimage to Mecca he left the Nation of Islam, embraced true Islam as a Sunni Muslim, eschewed black separatism, and had begun reconsidering his support for black nationalism. Continue reading I Have A Reality…
In the wake of the Paris attacks, I posted a simple yet pointed status on my Facebook page:
“Just a PSA for persons on an “obviously Muslims are terrible” rant:
American slavery ended in 1865. The Holocaust was in 1939.The civil rights act was signed in 1964. South African apartheid ended in 1994. So it’s essentially only been 21 years since most of white Christians FINALLY realized it’s in poor form to treat other people like garbage.
Continue reading Taking But Not Giving
This all started when I received a request to write a hamantaschen recipe.
“Another hamantaschen recipe?” I thought. Continue reading Yes, Another Hamantaschen Recipe