A Report by Maya Rosen and A. Daniel Roth A brief introduction to the report: Both in activist and in professional contexts, we have worked
Host a solidarity Kabbalat Shabbat demonstration as part of a “Global Shabbat Against Demolition” on Friday, August 12, 2016.
PHOTOS: A. Daniel Roth was with Jewish activists from around the world working with Palestinians in Hebron when they were arrested for building a theater.
Solidarity of Nations – Achvat Amim is a 5 month volunteer experience, built and run by activists and educators, in Jerusalem that directly engages with the reality of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, based on the core value of self-determination for all peoples.
The New York State Senate passed “BILL S6378A” earlier this month, which attempts to shut down calls for boycotts on a number of so-called “allied nations” including Israel.
For so many, so far away, this place and these people are caricatures and characters in a story with terrible dialogue, but outstanding set design.
Violence, pain and occupation become the dimly lit hospital in which generations are born and the cemetery in which they are buried.
I spent much of the last month and more organizing to take part in work, learning and action in Susiya in occupied territory with an incredible group of partners from Palestine, Israel, North America and other places. Nearly 100 (mostly diaspora Jews) joined us. It was a lot of work and I am still thinking about how and what to express. We took part in an important thing with our partners in Susiya and we will continue to push on the system of injustice at work in this occupation, and we will continue to grow this movement, and we will continue to demand that our community(s) stand up with us against violence and oppression. We will continue expressing and continue telling.
Ethiopian-Israeli organizers & activists led civil disobedience today in Tel Aviv to call Israel’s attention to racist, police brutality happening in Israel
Photos from opposing demonstrations focused on asylum seekers in Tel Aviv.