Jessie Zel Lurie began his interview with Aliza Becker for the American Jewish Peace Archive with these words: “I am 101 years old. I still write a column for The Jewish Journal of South Florida. We next column will be out…
Last week wasn't the only time the Jewish Defense League wounded anti-occupation Jews and Palestinians. Peter Geffen was there in 1977 when it happened.
The next four years appear bleak for the many American Jews who had hoped for closure on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict under the Obama administration. Expectations for any sort of progress toward peace have been dashed since Trump nominated a pro-settlement Israeli ambassador.This,…
Junction 48 is a love story of two young Palestinian hip-hop artists using music to fight both Israeli oppression and their own conservative community.
Miriam Levia Grossman has been among the most prominent voices in the Jewish community for the #NODAPL movement.
Tuesday, the National LGBTQ Creating Change Conference reversed its decision to cancel a Shabbat gathering by an LGBTQ Israel group.
Arthur Obermayer, pioneering activist for Israeli-Palestinian peace, died this week.
The Jewish Emergent Network announced its first project: a national rabbinic fellowship training for the next generation of visionary Jewish leaders. This Fellowship program will place selected early career rabbis into one of the seven participating communities for a two-year period…
Jews loudly supported admitting Syrian refugees into the US -- here's what's been going around Facebook and twitter.
Aliza Becker writes that "Censored Voices" is a must-see for anyone who wants to understand the 1967 Six Day War.