The news of Leonard Nimoy's passing hit me unexpectedly hard today, so I wanted to take a minute to examine why.
Jerome Segal founded an Israel-Palestine peace lobby in 1989 that won what is today $10 million annually to support Jewish-Arab reconciliation projects.
It may come as a surprise to some, but until this past Friday, Jewish Voice For Peace was officially agnostic on the matter of Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions.
You've likely never heard of Rosalie Riechman Pressman, whose work in the early 70s reverberates today.
The only hopeful sign in a depressing Israeli election is the unified Arab list.
This is Mercaz’ get out the vote video in the elections for the upcoming World Zionist Congress. This video makes clear what elections are about. As Rabbi David Golinkin says (2:15 and on in the above video) its about the money.…
There is no sustainable argument to support the Prime Minister Netanyahu’s claim that the elected head of the Israeli state represents all Jews.
[pullquote]Surprisingly, the story of this nearly 50-year-old movement has never been told, leaving the present generation without lessons that can inform today’s activists.[/pullquote]Welcome to the first blog posting from The American Jewish Peace Archive: Stores of Israel-Palestine Peace Pioneers (AJPA).…
After growing up planting trees in Israel, Lonnie Kleinmann is planting them again for Israeli-Palestinian peace.
x-posted to Justice in the City The word that kept coming up was “accompaniment” (acompañamiento in Spanish). In the second floor offices of the poetically named sex workers’ rights organization Flor de Piedra (Flower from the Stone) in San Salvador—ten or fifteen off-white…