The responses to JVP's disruption of the Celebrate Israel parade demonstrates how Jewish communal support for LGBTQ students is conditional.
This is the second installment of a 50-year timeline of American Jewish and Israeli peace activism since 1967 by the American Jewish Peace Archive (AJPA).
Why document a movement that has failed for 50 years to achieve its objective? The director of the American Jewish Peace Archive answers a tough question.
Two trans Jewish activists respond to Benay Lappe's comments on the Judaism Unbound podcast that erased trans women of color in the gay movement.
The vulnerability I feel as an Ashkenazi Jew to anti-semitism resembles that felt by people of color when they encounter the police.
Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg explained in 34 tweets the history of anti-Semitism, privilege, and its place with other racisms today. Ron Kampeas added 21 more.
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When do I get to have my own opinions about Israel?
Hungarian Jewry is neither like American nor Israel -- and it's seeing a revival. Author Alyssa Petersel discusses this community and it's importance.