A look at the fascinating history of the Reform Movement's relationship with Brit Milah.
This piece was originally posted by the American Jewish Peace Archive. Photo is of Chutzpah Jewish liberation collective circa 1977. Perlman is third from left. Myron Perlman, z”l, a long time social justice activist, passed away in Chicago on December 19,…
Disregard for the non-observant is the opposite of the kind of solidarity we need now. Casting them into the wilderness, now populated by tiki-torch wielding ethnonationalist thugs, is not helping. It is, in the most basic formulation, bad for the…
My older son just graduated from his Jewish day school in DC and will attend public school next year. Who can I trust to educate him on Israel now?
As a progressive, each year I'm disappointed in New York's annual Celebrate Israel parade. And yet I continue to march.
Dr. Don Peretz, a leading scholar of the Arab-Israeli conflict and Palestinian refugees at SUNY-Binghamton and a Jewish peace activist, died on April 29, 2017 in Mitchellville, Md. He was 94.
This is the first installment of a 50-year timeline of American Jewish and Israeli peace activism since 1967 from the American Jewish Peace Archive (AJPA).
In an enlightening and even chillingly relevant interview, we spoke with Ferne Pearlstein, the director of the Holocaust comedy documentary The Last Laugh.
Jewish grassroots groups are mobilzing today in objection to a speech today by Trump at Holocaust Memorial Museum ceremony in Washington, DC.
How can we resist our tendencies to self-protectively label those who do not share our values as bigots, ignoramuses and miscreants?