Opinion | On human rights, Amazon is at a crossroads – Crosscut

| February 9, 2021

A year later, the Jewish peace group Never Again Action highlighted a difficult history not taught in most schools, while linking Amazons practices directly to the tech industrys record of supporting human rights abuses.

Educators work against bigotry and racism in schools – WXYZ

| February 9, 2021

(WXYZ) Racism. Bigotry. Hatred

Capitol Insurrection: More Than 200 People Charged And What We Know About Them – NPR

| February 9, 2021

An explosion caused by a police munition is seen while supporters of then-President Donald Trump gather in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6

As Trump’s impeachment trial begins, the Russian network that helped him in 2016 taps his supporters on Gab.com – Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

| February 9, 2021

Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the RT network in 2015.

Parshat Yitro: Want to fight injustice and build community? Start with humility. – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| February 9, 2021

Text Messages is a column sharing wisdom from the weekly Torah portion produced with The Jewish Week. (JTA) America faces challenges we have not seen in generations. Deep elements of resentment and radicalism are set on tearing apart the fabric of the nation.

Deaths for the week of Feb. 7-13, 2021 J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| February 9, 2021

Obituaries are supported by a generous grant fromSinai Memorial Chapel. This page will be updated throughout the week. Submit an obituaryhere.Mordechai Rindenow1957-2021Rabbi Mordechai Rindenow The world has lost one of its brightest lights with the indescribably woeful passing of Rabbi Mordechai Rindenow.

20-Year-Old Jewish baseball phenom eyes stardom in Cleveland – Forward

| February 9, 2021

Pitcher Josh Wolf, 20, was drafted by the New York Mets in 2019 as the 53rd pick-the highest ever from St.

"Andrea Dworkin: The Feminist as Revolutionary" Gives the Groundbreaking Feminist Her Due – Ms. Magazine

| February 9, 2021

From sex work and rape, to being a lesbian loving a feminist man, to being disabled and a motherless orphan, Andrea Dworkin smashed through the barriers before her as only the most radical revolutionary feminist would, and Martin Duberman has given this to her: her due. (@JohnStoltenberg / Twitter) Of all the luminaries that graced second-wave feminisms, Andrea Dworkin was certainly one of the most verbally abused and perhaps the most misunderstood. In some ways, she was also most bravedespite Robin Morgans sweet pet name for her as cream puff and her personal horror of bugs.