The National Jewish Post and Opinion was established in Indianapolis in 1933 by Gabriel Murrel Cohen. The Jewish Post of New York traces its origins as an independent publication to 1974 when the New York edition became a separate publication which has since evolved into the current Jewish Post. The Jewish Post bills itself as a champion of unity between religions and as a supporter of better relations between Jews and African Americans. The Dalai Lama, Coretta Scott King and Russell Simmons have provided their messages of support in the Jewish Post.
Rabbi Rafi Rank frequently post his thoughts on Judaism in a section called cyberrav.