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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
As Jews and as Americans, we have looked on in dismay as immigrants, Muslims, LGBTQ people, Native people, Black and Brown people, women, and people with
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
Jewschool says goodbye to 5776 — and hello to a new year of progressive Jewish activism and opinion. Wishing everyone meaningful Yom Kippur.
We interview Sam Bick and David Zinman, co-founders of Treyf Podcast, about their activism, the failures of Jewish media, and Canadian Jewry.
Support African asylum seekers in Israel: LA film, DC refugee seder, and Israel’s second seder at Israel’s Holot detention facility.
New jobs and events posted to Jewschool’s calendar and jobs forums: Colliding Dreams in Seattle and Florida, antiracism trainings in the Bay Area, and jobs with AJWS, New Israel Fund, and MAZON.
Jewschool came back from the dead — with a purpose. Here’s the story of why you should donate to Jewschool.
What were Jewschool.com’s top ten posts of 2015? Take a look at all we’ve done this year.