We believe that women can support and empower each other." -- Rural Women Association leader Fatima Nawaj'ah
Junction 48 is a love story of two young Palestinian hip-hop artists using music to fight both Israeli oppression and their own conservative community.
Sayed Kashua's new show “The Writer” starkly confronts Jewish viewers with their limitations. The show is not funny but neither is second-class citizenship.
Miriam Levia Grossman has been among the most prominent voices in the Jewish community for the #NODAPL movement.
On this episode, we took some time to reflect on changes in the US Jewish political landscape following Trump's election. We spoke with Aurora Levins Morales about her recent article in the Nation, what it's like to mentor younger Jewish activists, and how to put Trump's victory into historical context.
After 9 months of resistance at Standing Rock, a partial win: the Army Corps of Engineers has denied the permit to complete the Dakota Access Pipeline.
If you’re worried about hail victory salutes in DC and swastikas in parks and on subways (as we should be), start asking not whom you should disallow, but whom you should invite into your life.
The Anti-Semitism Awareness Act passed yesterday in the Senate mis-classifies criticism of Israel as anti-Semitism and suppresses campus debate.
I would know -- I live with major depressive disorder. Here's nine ways to cope with post-election depression, from an expert.