Though our world feels far from liberated, our people experienced liberation in some deeply meaningful ways and remembering this is an important tool for helping us move forward.
The Naomi Chazan Fellowship brings young people from the US, UK, and Australia to connect to grassroots activism in Israel.
The Jubilee Haggadah, an anti-occupation artwork featuring 30 Israeli contributors, joins the mitzvot of Passover with the Jublee year of freeing others.
“Okay, you can’t record this”: On the anxiety of being outed as anti-occupation.
Find out what The Glittery Rebbetzin thinks about ritual animal slaughter! Is it sexist? Is it feminist? Is it kind of gross? Watch this week’s Drag Torah! http://[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHmypbOpjRI&w=560&h=315]
Parenting is full of cliches. You don’t sleep as much. You want your kids to do better than you have done. You hope they don’t make the same mistakes you did, or at least if they do, they learn from them more than you did. And the time goes by so fast....
No matter who is behind the JCC threats, something about antisemitism has changed in the US over the past year.
A lesson from Eliyahu on Mt. Carmel: sometimes neutrality is worse than just joining the wrong side.
In 2016, Mutasim Ali became the first Sudanese asylum seeker granted refugee status in Israel and is speaking this week in NY, DC, Philadelphia, and Boston.
Ten lessons from the new AJWS Haggadah -- Next Year in a Just World -- for Jewish social justice activists.