Welcome to Emor, where Jewish sources old and new invigorate our commitment to human rights and propel us to action.

Emor | אמור (v): Speak!

We’re bringing together people from all corners of the Jewish community to ask big questions, study Jewish texts, and hold courageous conversations about today’s most important moral and political issues.

Rabbi Elazar said: How do we know that words are like actions? It says in Psalms (33:6): “By the word of God were the heavens created.” (Talmud Shabbat 119b)


We are bold, creative, and relevant Jewish ideas that the progressive movement needs


We are a home for people who are passionate about justice and want to connect their commitments to their Judaism


We are an answer to the concerted, organized backlash to racial justice, feminism, LGBTQ rights, and immigration


We are words that create worlds

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Order “Fragments”

Our first issue of Emor’s seasonal publication, Fragments, is out now.

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What topics are on your mind?

Tell us what critical topics of today are most important to you that we should cover next.

Emor Bookshelf

Each month, we ask a leading Emor contributor to tell us about one book they read recently that is speaking to our moment.

Self-Reliance and Other Essays

Alexandra Corwin: "If we can create Jewish learning spaces that offer an environment for individuals to feel comfortable doing just that, we further live into the fullness of the 70 faces of Torah. And the whole world can benefit when there's new Torah wisdom in learning spaces that empower people to bring their entire selves in all their authenticity and individuality."