I am often asked whether or not I’m a “Zionist.” In truth, the answer is not easy. True, I am deeply committed to Israel and
Throughout the four years of the Trump administration, the rising threat of right-wing antisemitism, and the broader exclusionary ethnonationalism of which it was a core
The entire Republican party (minus 11) has voted against any consequences for Greene, who refused to apologize for her insane conspiracy theories (that feed death
[This is the second of a series of posts on nonviolence in Exodus. The first one, by Aron Wander, is here.] This article by Eli
Protests have been taking place across the US over the last three weeks in response to the continuation of police killings of unarmed black people.
If you are in the mainstream of American Jewry and rightly outraged by President Trump’s most recent comments about “disloyalty” to Israel (he’s made similar
Thoughts about internal and external criticisms of the Jewish immigrant justice movement in this moment.
Purim is as much a story of collective survival as it is of heroic deeds and last-minute inversions. A tale for our times, it is the story of how vulnerable people find sanctuary, spitting in the eye of their oppressors with the rowdy fact of their rebel endurance.
Instead of retreating from the needy among us in fear, Purim mandates that we instead stretch out our hands and create connection.
This piece was originally posted by the American Jewish Peace Archive. Photo is of Grace Gleason, Moran Zamir and Aliza Becker on May 30, 2017