Aron Hirt-Manheimer (he/him) is the Union for Reform Judaism's former editor-at-large, the former editor of Reform Judaism magazine (1976-2014) and founding editor of Davka magazine (1970-1976), a West Coast Jewish quarterly. His books include Jagendorf’s Foundry: A Memoir of the Romanian Holocaust (HarperCollins, 1991) and Jews: The Essence and Character of a People (HarperCollins, 1998) with Arthur Hertzberg. (Photo credit: Rose Eichenbaum)
Reflecting on 50 Years in Jewish Journalism
For the Love of Jeff: A Reflection on Mister Rogers’ Most Memorable Young Guest
At 10, Jeff Erlanger appeared on “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” in his wheelchair. I recently asked Jeff’s parents about how they raised such a competent and loving son.
Remembering Kristallnacht After Pittsburgh
Forgiveness: The Story of Eva Kor, Survivor of the Auschwitz Twin Experiments
Joe Lee is a cartoonist, illustrator, writer, and former circus clown. He is a graduate of Indiana University and is currently based in Bloomington, Indiana. I sat down with Joe Lee to talk about Forgiveness (Red Lightening Books), his powerful graphic...