Moses of the City x Louiefromtheblock

In 2022, NY Jewish Week named Luis Roberto Burgos one of the “36 to Watch” (formerly 36 under 36). That same year, he debuted his first photobook, Moses of the City.

Jacob’s Freedom: Wrestling with Climate Change

Joelle Novey directs Interfaith Power & Light (DC.MD.NoVA), through which congregations of many traditions are responding to climate change together, and speaks widely about the role of religious voices in the climate movement.


Anna Wrobel (she/her), daughter of postwar refugees, is an American historian, teacher, poet and Holocaust Studies educator whose poems and essays appear in journals including Lilith and Jewish Currents.

(My) Four Children

Zach Luck is a father of four children. He lives in Ohio. This is the first poem he has published.

Freedom of Movement in the Desert

Ethan Aronson (he/him) is the Campaign Director of Never Again Action, a Jewish-led mobilization against the persecution, detention, and deportation of immigrants in the United States.

An Afro-Jewish Reflection on Freedom

Lewis R. Gordon is Professor and Head of the Department of Philosophy at UCONN-Storrs, where he also has an appointment in Judaic Studies and Global Affairs.