The rhetoric of freedom is ascendant on the right today: freedom to carry guns, freedom of religious practice, freedom from government regulation. Judaism has a much wider take on what freedom means and how it is bound up with responsibility. Join the conversation about how we can make freedom work for everyone.

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Blue duotone photo of bird breaking through barbed wire fence Open Call

Freedom Call for Submissions

Emor seeks submissions from thinkers, artists, activists, and the curious for Freedom, a new magazine that will be published in spring 2023.

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Reclaiming “Freedom”

Wed, Oct 19, 3pm ET: What’s the line between liberty and liberation? It’s time for a deeper look at what we mean by “freedom” and why that language should be ours again.

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Quick Read

Welcome to Emor

A letter from our Director Rabbi Lev Meirowitz Nelson: “We’re excited you’re here to join the conversation about the big Jewish ideas that can help reshape our world…”

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