“Disturbing the Peace” which combines reenactments, archival footage, on camera storytelling, and live documentation, tells the story of the creation of the organization “Combatants for Peace.”
(Please note, I filmed this before the election.) In this week’s drag Torah, we tackle age old questions like: Were Abraham and Sarah the first swingers? What do you NOT do when an angry mob comes to your door? And of course, how sexist is this week’s Torah portion?
Life is pretty crazy these days. However, we still (and always) have Torah. If you need a distraction from politics today, take a look at this week's parsha through feminist drag queen eyes.
This morning Suzie looked at me with tears in her eyes and said, "What are we going to do?" So this is what I said to her.
I was among the nine rabbis, rabbinical students and Jewish community members arrested in an act of civil disobedience at TD Bank, which is financing part of the pipeline’s construction. Here's why.
Support with indigenous leadership opposing the Dakota Pipeline at Standing Rock, through a Day of Jewish Public Fasting, Learning & Action this Nov 10th.
Here's an elections prayer to address the anxiety, excitement, fear, and confusion which you might be feeling before you vote or while you are waiting for voting returns.
Join the Center for Jewish Nonviolence on May 14-22, 2017, as Jews from around the world act with Palestinian and Israeli leaders to oppose the occupation.
There are eerie similarities in how Binyamin Netanyahu came to power with how Donald Trump may do the same on Election Day.
In a time when both secular community structures and Jewish life in the US are in flux, Jewish intentional communities provide a pathway for meaningful Jewish engagement.