Tikkun Olam in America.
A new book shows the harm that ensues when religion morphs into social-justice activism.
Palestinian lives matter.
Judaism beyond slogans.
The Hebrew phrase tikkun olam—“fixing the world”—has come to be one of the most well-known concepts in American Judaism, cited even by the President. In. . .
There is, and one strain of it needs to be reclaimed—especially in the aftermath of Gaza.
A term invoked to describe just about any action that seems to help society lends a stamp of Jewish approval to policies that in fact. . .
A passage in the Aleinu prayer is often cited as one of the foundational texts for the idea of Tikkun Olam; but is it?