It was the end of the summer of 2014, and the Gaza war continued with horrific casualties. I stood in the hallway, just steps away from my old high school locker, folding and unfolding my staff orientation schedule. Smoothing it out, I stared down at the words "3pm-3:45pm: Israel This Summer."
The first oral history of peace activists within American Jewry interviews Sarai Aharoni, an renowned Israeli feminist and peace activist.
After 36 interviews with Israeli and Palestinian anti-occupation and peace activists, what can we learn about American Jewry in this movement?