On this episode, we took some time to reflect on changes in the US Jewish political landscape following Trump’s election. We spoke with Aurora Levins Morales about her recent article in the Nation, what it’s like to mentor younger Jewish activists, and how to put Trump’s victory into historical context.
Yiddish feminism with Sandy Fox of Vaybertaytsh and Yom Kippur Balls with Jewdas’ Annie Cohen
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We look back and reflect on the first year of Treyf Podcast, checking in with the people who helped make it happen!
An interview with Philadelphia based student rabbi Ariana Katz, creator of Kaddish podcast, a show about death, mourning, and the people who do it.
An interview with M. Dove Kent, executive director of Jews for Racial and Economic Justice (JFREJ), about the group’s work, the direction they’re headed, and how the organization has changed since it’s founding 25 years ago.
Carl Rosenberg on the final issue of Outlook Magazine, Hani Ghazi on the Anti-BDS executive order in New York State, and a double anti-shkoyakh
According to Statistics Canada, anti-Semitism is on the decline, so why is Bnai Brith claiming it hit record numbers last year?
It’s our ‘Chai’ episode, number 18! For the interview, we talked about the recent Jews of Color National Convening with conference organizer Leo Ferguson and Montreal activist Hirut Eyob. We were also joined by Josh Nathan Kazis (Forward) and Aviva Stahl.
After a month long hiatus, Treyf Podcast is back with episode 17. We discuss The Jewish Daily Forward, If Not Now, Bernie Sanders, the Canadian Jewish News, and Jenna Brager’s Doykeit zine. We were joined by Michelle Weiser and Jesse Alexander Myerson.